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NOTICE. 



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An A«imasonic Meeting will be held 
this evening, aWhe late Common Council 
Room, Sfftiool-st., at half post 7 o'clock.— 
The Meepng wiH be addressed by HENRY 
D. WARD, Esq. of New York. 

Wednesday, June 22, 1831. 

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N. B. •The Meeting notified at No. 4, 
Merchant' Hall, will be omitted. 









WARD No. 12. 

For Mayor, 
THEODORE X.73VXAtt, JR. 

For Aldermen, 

.lolin Binney, 
Jabez Ellis, 
Henry Farnam, 
William Tileston, 
Thomas Wctmore, 
Samuel Fales, 
Joseph W. Revere, 
Benjamin Fiske. 

Warden — Thomas Hunting. 

Clerk— Joseph Hall. 

Common Council. 

Thomas Hunting, 
Joseph Harris, Jr. 
Josiah Dunham, 
James Blake. 



Inspectors. 

A. G. Smith, 

B. B. Kent, 

James tin Hand, 
F. F. Blood, 
Stephen 0*. Bass. 

School Committee — 1). L. Child. 



Overseer of the Poor — Alvau Simonds. 



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WAED 5. 



FOR MAYOR, 



John P. Biselow, 



FOR ALDERMEN, 



Billings Briggs, 
William Pope, 

Henry li. Rogers, 
John II. ^VBis, 




John-P. Ober, ,y// 

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Samuel S. Perkins, of S. Boston 
Samuel Hall, of East Boston, 



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FOR WARDEN, 
Emmons Raymond. 



FOR CLERK, 
J. Fredefic Marsh, 



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INSPECTORS, 



Joel W. Norcross, 
E. W. Converse, 



Francis Brown, 
John M. Wright, 



James 



I E. II. Tombs 
I John S. Pear, 

W. Hobbs, 



FOR COMMON COUNCIL, 




FOR SCHOOL COMMITTEE, 
Frederick Emerson, | Rev. S. I-i nggTy 



FOR OVERSEER OF THE POOR. 

Daniel Henchman. 



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Faneuil Hall at 10 o'clock. 



SlR,-You are again urged by your Republican Friends to appear at the Polls this morning, to com- 
plete the work commenced with such flattering prospects on Monday last—If you come forward with 
L same alacrity and perseverance, you will again be successful. It was highly grat.ymg on Monday 
last, to see our political Brethren in the Hall at so early a period. Two thirds ol the votes lor the Union 
List were put into the boxes within thirty minuUs after the balloting commenced ! ! ! Let a knowledge 
of thU circumstance stimulate us to greater exertions to can«y every friend with us, and not pit the Hall 
untUthe business of the day is completed, ! Tku^i, IMPORTANT !' !-If we -fre after the fi^t 
b^iot, we mav U* the Election, if any RESIGNATIONS tafe place. If we continue .to« po t dur- 
lithe day, with the same determination that marked our former exertion, we shall TRIUMPH I ■ The 
foHoW Gentlemen have been selected by those who have acted in conjunction with our Committee of 
Conference, vi 2 : ABRAM BABCOCK, SAMUEL A. WELLS, and ROBERT FENNELLY— *. - 
are ASSURED, if elected, will perform their July. 

It is particularly necessary to remain to give your own Candidate, Col. THADDEUS PAGE, for 
County Treasurer, an efficient support. 
Monday Morning, March 20, 1820. 






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A Meeting of the Trustees of tho " Young Men's 
Anti-Masonic Association for the diffusion o^TRUJH" , 
will be held at No. 4, MERCHANTS' HALL,-** 
Evening at ^ o'clock. 

05* A punctual attendance is requested. 

ABNER CHILD JR. Secretary. 



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BOSTON, 

Sir, 

A Meoting ofthoTruBteeaofthe " Young Men's 

Anti-Masonic Association for the diffusion of TRJJJ 
will be held at No. 4, MERCHANTS' HALL, ©a^ 

Erening at^A/^clock. 

ft?* A punctual attendance is requested. 

ABNER CHILD JR. Secretary 



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WHIG TICKET 




•For Presidential Electors. 

AT LARGE. 

Hon. LEVI LINCOLN, of Worcester. 
Hon. EDMUND DWIGHT, of Boston. 

DISTRICT ELECTORS. 

District No. 1. ALBERT FEARING, of Boston. 

« 2. DAVID PINGREE, of Salem. 

» 3. DANIEL ADAMS, of Newbury. 

« 4. ISAAC LIVERMORE, of Cambridge. 

« 5. BENJ. F. THOMAS, of Worcester. 

« 6. MYRON LAWRENCE, of Belchertown. 

« 7. ASA HOWLAND, of Conway. 

" 8. H. A. S. DEARBORN, of Roxbury. 

" 9. WM. BAYLIES, of West Bridgewater. 

« 10. WM. R. E ASTON, of Nantucket. 



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WARD 4. 

"Supremacy of the Laws" 
For Mayor, 

SAMUEL A. WELLS. 

For Aldermen, 
George Odiorne, Ichabod Macomber, 

Jacob Hall, Daniel Weld, 

William Tileston, Amasa Walker, 

Benjamin Willis, David Tilden. • 

Warden, — Daniel Noyes. 

Clerk, — Calvin S. Russell. 

Common Council, 

George Hallet, N. Fisher Ames, 

Asa Lewis, Silas P. Tarbell. 

School Committee, — Dr. William Jenks. 

Overseer of the Poor, — Ezra Chamberlin. 

Inspectors, 
Robert B. Willis, John W. Sullivan, 

William Ray, Charles Warren. 

Joshua C. Bates, 



WARD 7. 

"Supremacy of the Laws, 



For Mayor, 
SAMUEL A. WELLS. 

For Aldermen, 
George Odiorne, Ichabod Macomber, 

Jacob Hall, Daniel Weld, 

William Tileston, Amasa Walker, 

Benjamin Willis, David Tilden. 

Warden, — Benjamin Bangs. 



Cleric,— Edward S. Rand. 



Common Council, 
Josiah Quincy, Jr. William T. Eustis, 

George E. Head, Ebenezer Goodrich. 



School Committee,— Theodore Lyman, Jr. 

Overseer of the Poor, — Jonathan Kilham. 

Inspectors, 
Alexander Wadsworth, H. A. Manchester, 
William H. Hayward, Simeon Palmer, Jr. 
James B. Yerrington, 



WARD 10. 

11 Supremacy of the Laws." 
For Mayor, 

SAMUEL A. WELLS. 

For Aldermen, 
George Odiorne, Tchabod Macomber, 

Jacob Hall, Daniel Weld, 

William Tileston, Amasa Walker, 

Benjamin Willis, David Tilden. 

Warden, — Moses Wheeler. 

Clerk, — E. Gerry Austin. 

Common Council, 
John Gulliver, Thomas R. Dascomb, 

Israel Martin, Benjamin Yeaton. 

School Committee, — Willard Phillips. 

Overseer of the Poor, — Samuel Sanger. 

Inspectors, 

John Rupp, Richard A. Newell, 

E. R. Griffith, John M. Salmon. 

Nathaniel R. Meder, 



WARD 12. 

"Supremacy of the Laws." 

For Mayor, 
SAMUEL A. WEIXS. 

For Aldermen, 
George Odiorne, Ichabod Macomber, 

Jacob Hall, Daniel Weld, 

William Tlleston, Amasa Walker, 

Benjamin Willis, David Tilden. 

Warden. — Thomas Hunting. 



Clerk, — Joseph Dall. 



Common Council, 
Thomas Hunting, James Blake, 

Romanus Emerson, Joseph Harris, Jr. 



School Committee, — George Savage. 



Overseer of the Poor, — Alvan Simonds. 

Inspectors, 
James Garland, Franklin F. Blood, 

Amasa G. Smith, Charles Bowen. 

B. B. Kent, 



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OF WARD XI, 

Tomorrow, ( Wednesday) at 12 o'clock, 

you are called upon again to meet at the Ward Room, Frank- 
lin School House, to elect COMMON COUNCILMEN and 
other Ward Officers, for the ensuing year. 






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TEN more Whig Votes would have elected your whole 
Ticket on Monday last.^ 

WHIGS OF THE WARD ! ! Let us unite and make one 
effort more to secure our officers and maintain our position 
among the Whig Wards of the City. Recollect we are now a 
Whig Ward 5 shall it he returned Loco next year ? 

December 14Y/«, 1841. 



Eastburn's Pre*8— 18 State Street, Boston. 



DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN 




For Governor: 

MARCUS MORTON. 






For Lieut. Governor: 

HENRY H. CHILDS. 



For Senators: 

GEORGE BANCROFT, 
SIMON G. SHIPLEY, 
ISAAC ADAMS, 
ADAMS BAILEY, 
GEORGE SAVAGE. 



For Representative to the 27th Congress : 

WILLIAM WASHBURN. 



For Representative to the 28th Congress: 

WILLIAM WASHBURN. 



For Representatives: 

Henry Leeds, Moses Mellen. 

J. C. Ayer, Moses Clark, ' 

Ezekiel Bates, P. Donahoe, 

James Cheever, John Albree, 

B. A. Raymond, Solon Jenkins, 

B. F. Hallett, P. Commerford, 

Charles L. Brigham, Joseph Bassetl , 

Daniel Draper, Aaron Adams. Jr., 

Nahum Brigham, Oliver Dyer, 

William Ingalls, Charles A. Mtscomber. 

T 1 n n William Mitchell, 

Eben Jackson, Alfred Greenough, 

John W. James, John T. Heard, 

Ezra Mudge, Nathaniel Grover, 

J. A. Bolles, J onatha n Dow, 

Stephen Locke, -4SMMMtai 

George Barstow, Philip Kelly. 
Joseph .Smith, 






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DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN 




For Governor: 

ma r c u a: MO R TON. 

For Lieut. Governor, 

HENJ&fcJL XLHDLDS, 



For Member of 0.1th Congress, 
(in place of Nathan Appleton, resigned,) 

Dexter S. King. 

For Member ofQSth Congress, 

Dexter S. King. 



For Senators for the County of Suffolk. 

JTimolliy Gilbert, Thomas Gould, 

Daniel Mann, James Osgood. 

John Gove, 



For Representatives, 



Henry Snfibrd, 
Nathaniel Rogers, 
T. R. Kimball, 
James Campbell, 
George K. Cushing, 
Clement Drew, 
Wm. B. Dodge, 
George Ellis, 
Wm. Finney, 
George Adams, 
Perez Gill, 
Ira Greenwood, 
Daniel L. Hale, 
Charles Houghton, 
Joseph K. Hayes, 
J. B. Holman, 
Wm. H. Jameson, 
G. W. F. Mellen, 



Ezra L. Merriam, 
Amos A. Phelps, 
Uriah Ritchie, 
George B. Wallace, 
E. S. Goodnow, 
Wm. A. Holland, 
John Rogei 
Dexter Dickinson, 
John Putnam, 
J. S. Kimball, 
G. W. Wilson, (ward 4,) 
J. K. Miller, 
E. G. Leech, 
Nathaniel Colver, 
Abel B. Shattuck, 
Jonas W. Chapman, 
Asa M. Forrest. 



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FOR GOVERNOR. 

JOHN DAVIS. - 

FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. 

GEORGE HULL. 

For Representative to the 21th Congress • 

ROBERT G. SHAW. 

For Representative to die 28*/* Congress : 

ROBERT G. SHAW. 

SENATORS TO GENERAL COURT. 
JOSIAH QUINCY, Jr. 
FRANCIS C. GRAY. 
CHARLES LEIGHTON. 
WILLIAM P. WINCHESTER. 
SAMUEL A. ELLIOT. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES TO GENERAL 
COURT. 









Charles F. Adams. 
George T. Bigelow: 
James Blake, Ward li. 
Edward Brooks. f 

William Dillaway. 
Edmund Dwight. 
William B. Fowle. 
John C. Gray. 
H. B. C. Greene. 
S. F. Holbrook. 
Samuel G. Howe. 
Abraham T. Lowe. 
James McAllaster. 
Julius A. Palmer. 
Samuel Pettes. 
Jonathan Preston. 
J. Thomas Stevenson. 
Alfred A. Wellington. 



Joel Wheeler. 
James Means. 
David Tilson. 
William Eaton, 

63 Salem Street 
George T. Curtis. 
Ozias Goodwin. 
Safnuel Quincy. 
William Hilliard. 
John L. Gardner. 
Joseph V. Baton. 
E. F. Pratt. 
P. Donahoe. 
John T. Heard. 
Alfred Greenough. 
Dr. "William Ingalls. 
Royal L. Porter. 
Samuel H. Rich. 



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Whig Ticket. 



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WARD No. 11. 



FOR V, UIDEN, 

Joel Wheeler. 



FOR COMMON COUNCILMEN, 

-WfflianrBsH, | Edward S. Erving. 



FOR INSPECTORS, 



Lewis Wentworth, 
Francis Richards, 



Geo. O. Frothingham, 
James D, Kent. 









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Liberty Ticket 




For Governor, 

Samuel E. Sewall. 

For Lieut. Governor, 

William Jackson. 



For Member of 21th Congress, 
(in place of Nalhan Appleton, resigned,) 

Dexter S. King. 

For Member of 28th Congress, 

Dexter S. King. 



For Senators for the County of Suffolk, 
Timothy Gilbert, Thomas Gould, 

Daniel Mann, James Osgood. 

John Gove, 



For Rcpr 

Henry Safford, 
Nathaniel Rogers, 
T. R. Kimball, 
James Campbell, 
George K. Cushing, 
Clement Drew, 
Win. B. Dodge, 
George Ellis, 
Wm. Finney, 
George Adams, 
Perez Gill, 
Ira Greenwood, 
Daniel L. Hale, 
Charles Houghton, 
Joseph K. Hayes, 
J. B. Holman, 



esentatives, 

Ezra L. Merriam, 
Amos A. Phelps, 
Uriah Ritchie, 
George B. Wallace, 
E. S. Goodnow, 
Wm. A. Holland, 
John Rogers, 
Dexter Dickinson, 



G. W. F. Mellen, 



J. S. Kimball, 
G.W.Wilson, (ward 4.) 
J. K. Miller, 
E. G. Leech, 
Nathaniel Colver, 
Abel B. Shattuck, 
Jonas W. Chapman, 
Asa M.- F wi fjt . 












Liberty Ticket. 




For Governor, 

Samuel E. Sewall. 

For Lieut. Governor, 

William Jackson. 



For Member of 21th Congress, 
(in place of Nathan Appleton, resigned,) 

Dexter S. King. 

For Member of 28th Congress, 

Dexter S. King. 

For Senators for the County of Suffolk, 
Timothy Gilbert, Thomas Gould, 

Daniel Mann, James Osgood. 

John Gove, 



For 
Henry Saflbrd, 
Nathaniel Rogers, 
T. R. Kimball, 
James Campbell, 
George K. Cushing, 
Clement Drew, 
Wm. B. Dodge, 
George Ellis, 
Wm. Finney, 
George Adams, 
Perez Gill, 
Ira Greenwood, 
Daniel L. Hale, 
Charles Houghton, 
Joseph K. Hayes, 
J. B. Holman, 
Wm. H. Jameson, 
G. W. F. Mellen, 



Representatives, 

Ezra L. Merriam, 
Amos A. Phelps, 
Uriah Ritchie, 
George B. Wallace, 
E. S. Goodnow, 
Wm. A. Holland, 
John Rogers, 
Dexter Dickinson, 
John Putnam, 
J. S. Kimball, 
G. W. Wilson, (ward 4,) 
J. K. Miller, 
E. G. Leech, 
Nathaniel Colver, 
Abel B. Shattuck, 
Jonas W. Chapman, 
Asa M. Forrest, 



DEMOCRATIC TICKET. 




WN<v$a-L- WARD 11. 



FOR COMMON COUJVClL, 

George Savage. 



DEMOCRATIC TICKET 




WARD 11. 



x FOR COMMON COUNCIL, 

George Savage. 



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Liberty Ticket 




For Governor, f$V • 

Samuel E. Sewall. i,*v 

For Lieut. Governor, 

William Jackson. 



For Member of 0.1th Congress, 
(in place of Nathan Applcton, resigned,) 

Dexter S. King, 

For Member of 28th Congress, 

Dexter S. King. 

For Senators for the County of Suffolk, 
Timothy Gilbert, Thomas Gould, 

Daniel Mann, James Osgood. 

John Gove, 



For Represent a It vet, 

Nathaniel Rogers, 
T. R. Kimball, 
James Campbell, 
George K. Cushing, 
Clement Drew, 
Wm. B. Dodge, 
George Ellis, 
Wm. Finney, 
George Adams, 
Perez Gill, 
Ira Greenwood, 
Daniel L. Hale, 
Charles Houghton, 
Joseph K. Hayes, 
J. B. Hohnan, 
Wm. H. Jameson, 
G. W. F. Mellen, 



Ezra L. Men-Jam. 
Amos A. Phelps, 
Uriah Ritchie, 
George B. Wallace, 
E. S. Goodnow, 
Wm. A. Holland, 
John Rogers, 
Dexter Dickinson, 
John Putnam, 
J. S. Kimball, 
G. W.Wilson, (ward 1.) 
J ; K. Miller, 
E. (». Leech, 
Nathaniel Colver. 
Abel B. Shattuck, 
Jonas W. Chapman, 
Asa M. Forrest, 






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WARD 11. 



FOR WARDEN, 

FRANCIS H. P.HOMER. 



for common council, 
JOHN T. DINGLEY, 
ASAPH PARMELEE, 



FOR INSPECTORS, 

MARTIN R. HERRICK, EDWARD L. PIKE, 
EBENEZER MORTON, JOHN FARRINGTON. 



LIBERTY TICKET. 



FOR REPRESENTATIVE TO CONGRESS, 

Amos B. Merrill. 



Whig Ticket. 

WARD No. 11. 



FOR COMMON COUNCIL, 

Greenleaf C. Sanborn. 



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Whig Ticket 




FOR GOVERNOR, j^j» \\j 

JOHN PAYIS. 

FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, 

GEO RGB HULL. 

For Representative to %8th Congress, 

Robert C Winthrop. 

To Jill the Vacancy in the 27th Congress, 

Robert C. Winthrop. 



FOR SENATORS, 

.losiah Quincy, jr. Nathaniel Hammond, 

Jeffrey Richardson, 
Francis C Gray, 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES, 



Samuel A. Eliot. 



Charles Francis Adams, 
George T. Bigelow, 
James Blake, of Ward 11, 
Luther Blodgett, 
Edward Brooks, 
William Dillaway, 
Edmund Dwight, 
William B. Fowle, 
Daniel L. Gihbens, 
John C. Gray, 
Samuel Greele, 
H. B. C. Greene, 
Samuel F. Holbrook, 
Samuel G. Howe, 
Willis Howes, 
Benson Leavitt, 
Ezra Lincoln, 
Abraham T. Lowe, 






James McAllaster, 
James Means, 
Hugh Montgomery, 
John G. Palfrey, 
Ezra Palmer, 
Julius A. Palmer, 
John C. Park, 
William W. Parrott, 
Samuel Pettes, 
Jonathan Preston, 
J. Thomas Stevenson, 
Jonathan Thaxter, 
Thomas Tolman, 
Samuel Wales, jr. 
Alfred A. Wellington, 
Joel Wheeler, 
James S, Wiggin. 



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WARD 11. 

FOK WARDEN, 

FRANCISH. P. HOMER. 



FOR COMMON COUNCIL, 

JOHN T. DIIfGLEY, 
ASAPH PARMELEE. 



FOR INSPECTORS, 

MARTIN R. HERRICK, EDWARD L. PIKE, 
EBENEZER MORTON, JOIJN FARRINGTON. 



TEMPERANCE TICKET. 



For Warden — Joel Wheeler. 



J. D. Kent, 

G O. Frotliingham, 



For Inspectors, 



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F. Richards, 
L. Wentworth. 



For Common Councilmcn, 
Wm. Dall. | E. S. Eiving. 



Democratic Ticket. 

FOR CONGRESS 

William Washburn. 



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FOR COMMON COUNCIL. 

JOHN T. DIN6LEY. 



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LIBERTY TICKET. 




FOR GOVERNOR, 

SAMUEL E. SEWALL, ^ ol 

Of Roxbury. 

FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, 

WILLIAM JACKSON, 

Of Newton. 



For Senators, 

TIMOTHY GILBERT, 
PEREZ GILL, 
JOHN GOVE, 
JAMES M. WHITON, 
SAMUEL S. PERKINS. 



For Representatives, 

JAMES OSGOOD, 

WILLIAM S. DAMRELL, 

THOMAS GOULD, 

DEXTER S. KING, 

WILLIAM A. HOLLAND, 

ELBRIDGE G. LEACH, 

WILLIAM B. DODGE, 

ALBERT J. WRIGHT, 

HENRY SAFFORD, Ward 12, 

CLEMENT DREW, 

G. W. F. MELLEN, 

NATHANIEL ROGERS, 

IRA GREENWOOD, 

GEORGE W. WILSON, Ward 4, 

LEONARD NUTTING, 

WILLIAM FINNEY, 

W. L. MESSING ER, 

URIAH RITCHIE, 

JAMES CAMPBELL, Ward I, 

ISAAC HARDING, 

GEORGE B. WALLACE, 

JOHN PUTNAM, 

DEXTER DICKINSON, 

WILLIAM H. JAMESON, 

P. M. BALDWIN, 

WILLIAM V. THOMPSON, 

JOHN DICKINSON, 

JOHN HUNT, 

DANIEL L. HALE, 

NOYES P. HAWES, 

CARLETON PARKER, y 

THOMAS L. JINN1NGS. J rf ^ d? . 

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.For Senators, 

TIMOTHY GILBERT, 
PEREZ GILL, 
JOHN GOVE, 
JAMES 31. WHITON, 
SAMUEL S. PERKINS 



For Representatives, 

JAMES OSGOOD, 

WILLIAM S. DAMRELL, 

THOMAS GOULD, 

DEXTER S. KING, 

WILLIAM A. HOLLAND, 

ELBRIDGE G. LEACH, 

WILLIAM B. DODGE, 

ALBERT J. WRIGHT, 

HENRY SAFFORD, Ward 12, 

CLEMENT DREW, 

G. W. F. MELLEN, 

NATHANIEL ROGERS, 

IRA GREENWOOD, 

GEORGE W. WILSON, Ward 4, 

LEONARD NUTTING, 

WILLIAM FINNEY, 

W. L. MESSINGER, 

URIAH RITCHIE, 

JAMES CAMPBELL, Ward 1, 

ISAAC HARDING, 

GEORGE B. WALLACE, 

JOHN PUTNAM, 

DEXTER DICKINSON, 

WILLIAM H. JAMESON, 

P. M. BALDWIN, 

WILLIAM V. THOMPSON, 

JOHN DICKINSON, 

JOHN HUNT, 

DANIEL L. HALE, 

NOYES P. HAWES, 

CARLETON PARKER, 

THOMAS L. JINNINGS, 

JOHN AUGUSTUS, 

T. R. KIMBALL, 

S. H. FAWCETT. 






TEMPERANCE TICKET. 




FOR MAYOR, 

BRADFORD SUMNER. 

FOR ALDERMEN, 

Jonathan t^,, -,,,■„, Jg^ Jac&on. 
FOR COMMON COUNCIL, 

FOR WARDEN, 
T. H. P. HOMER. 



FOR CLERK, 
»AI\IEL F. CHILD. 



FOR INSPECTORS, 



FOR OVERSEER OF POOR, 
JOHN BORROWSCALE. 



FOR SCHOOL COMMITTEE, 



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WARD 11. 

FOR MAYOR, ^ ' 

GEORGE SAVAGE 



FOR ALDERMEN, 

Aaron Hobart, 
Silas Peirce, 
Seth Adams, 
John Snelling, 



Benajah Brigham, 
Joel Thayer, 
James Dennison, 
Samuel Parsons. 



FOR COMMON COUNCIL, 
John T. Dingley, . Joshua S. Bosworth, 
Robert Cowdin, | George Davis. 



FOR WARDEN, 
F . H . P . HOMER. 



FOR CLERK, 
D. F. CHILD. 



FOR SCHOOL COMMITTEE, 

Rev. Otis A. Skinner, | Rev. John T. Sargent. 



FOR OVERSEER OF THE POOR, 
JOHN BORROWSCALE. 



FOR INSPECTORS, 
Henry P. Trask, Thomas S. Jones, 

Stephen R. Clapp, Gilbert Parmelee, 
David Bryant. 



DEMOCRATIC TICKET. 




WARD 11. 



FOB MAYOR, §tXi \\' 

GEORGE SAVAGE. 







FOR ALDERMEN, 

/ Benajah Brigham, 
Joel Thayer, 
James Dennison,' fc. 



/Aaron Hobart, f 7 
Silas Peirce, 
Seth Adams, 
John Snelling, /} 



Samuel Parsons. 

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FOR COMMON COUNCIL. 

John T. Dingley, Joshua S. Bosworth, 

Robert Cowdin, • > George Davis. 

FOR WARDEN, 

//F. H. P. HOMER. 
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FOR CLERK. 

I). P. CHILD. yL 



FOR SCHOOL COMMITTEE, 



Rev. Otis A. Skinner,,, | Rev. John T. Sargent./ fi 



FOR OVERSEER OF THE POOR, 
/JOHN UORROWSCALE. 



FOR INSPECTORS, 

Henry P. Trask, / I 7 Thomas S. Jones, 
Stephen R. Clapp, I Gilbert Parmelee, 
David Bryant 

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WARD 11. 





)R MXYtiR, ^ I 

GEORGE SAVAGE 



FOR /ALDERMEN, 



/Aaron Hobart, 
Silas Peirce, cf-f- 
Seth Adams, L / { 
John Snelling, 




Benajah Brigham, 

Joel Thayer, 

// James Dennison, 

Samuel Parsons. 

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FOR COMMON COUNCIL, 

' John T. Dingley, j Joshua S. Bosworth, 
Robert Cowdin, 'fyl. George Davis. 

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FOR WARDEN,^ 

F. Wr-^. HOIVtKR. 



FOR CLERK 
I). F. CHILD. 



FOR SCHOOL COMMITTEE, 

Rev. Otis A. Skinner^ | /Rev. John T. Sargent.* 





FOE' OVERSEER OF THE POOR, 

JOHN BORROWSCALE. 



FOR INSPECTORS, 

Henry P. Trask, l'// Thomas S. Jones, 

Stephen R. Clapp, ' Gilbert Parmelee, 
/<//// David Bryant. 









DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN 
TICKET. 




For Governor, 

MARCUS MORTON. wv 



For Lieutenant Governor, 

HENRY H. CHILDS. 



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For Senators, 

JOHN ALBREE, JOHN S. JENNESS, 

GEORGE SAVAGE, GEORGE BANCROFT, 
JOHN PIERCE, of Chelsea. 



For Representatives, 



Sotli Adams, 
William Bridge 
Joseph Ballard, 
Nahum Brigham, 
James B. Clinton, 
Horatjo N. Crane, 
Louis Dennis, 
John Davenport, 
James Dennison, 
John T. Dinglej . 
Oliver Dyer, 
Peter T. Homer, 
Anron Hobnrt, 
Solon Jenkins, 
John W. James, 
James II. Kelsey, 
Joseph Lincoln, 
Joseph Mori any. 



Norton Newcomb, 
Benjamin Poor, 
Silas Pierce, 
John Pierce, 
Robert Ripley, 
John Snelling, 
James G. Sniiderson, 
John Stevens, 
Jeremiah Smith, 
John C Tucker, 
Edward A. Yose, 
Benjamin Wood, 2d, 
Walter J. Walsh, 
Samuel W. Wahlron. 

William Ward, 
Wildes P. Walker. 
James Whiting. 



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Ward Wo. 11. 



For Mayor, 

MARTIN BRIMMER. 



Thomas Wetmore, 
Abraham T. Lowe, 
James Longley, 
Jonathan Preston, 



For Aldermen, 



/ Simon Wilkinson, 

Larra Crane, 
{ Simon W. Robinson, 

Henry B. Rogers. 






For Warden, 

Joel Wheeler. 









For Clerk, 

Daniel F. Child. 



/ Isaac Cary, 
Greenleaf C. Sanborn 

• 

James D. Kent, 
Francis Richards, 
George S. Jackson, 



For Common Conncilmcn, \/\ 

Edward S. Erving, 
William Pope. 






For Inspectors, 



Geo. Hale, (Marion st.) 
George O. Frothingham. 



For School Committee, 
.'John T. Sargent, | v Charles C. Barry. 









For Overseer of the Poor, 

William WiUctt. 









WARD 11. 

LIBERTY TICKET. 




For Mayor, 

JAMES M. WHITON. 












For Aldermen, h ' U $ 

NATHAN CARRUTH, 
TIMOTHY GILBERT, 
JAIMES OSGOOD, 
S. S. PERKINS, 
PEREZ GILL, 
DEXTER DICKINSON, 
THOMAS GOULD, 
JOHN GOVE. 



For Warden, 
S. D. Vose. 



For Clerh, 
Enos Ryder. 



For Common Council, 

D. H. Ela, • George Adams, 

W. V. Thompson, E. F. Fales. 



For Inspectors, 
Thomas W. Durant, Ira Crawford, 
Geo. C. Rand, D.D.Leeds, 

Freeman M. Dyer. 



For School Committee, 
C C. Barry, ^} - tJ(f ttkinwfw 



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For Ovcmrer of the Pony, 

„ Jnhn Borrowscalc. 



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First proposition.— Are you in favor of procuring a supply of Water for the Inhabit- 
ants of the City of Boston, to be brought at the expense of the City, from Lono- p on d 
in Natick and Framingham, or from any of the sources adjacent thereto, on the^condi- 
tion that those of the Inhabitants who may elect to take and use the same shall be re- 
quired to pay for the water such reasonable tax as shall hereafter be fixed and estab- 
lished by a Board of Water Commissioners that shall be created ? 



•Answer. • .Nay • 



Second proposition.— Bo you hereby vote to instruct the City Council to apply to the 
Legislature, in behalf of the City, for the grant of a suitable charter to carry into effect 
the object expressed in the first proposition? And do you hereby vote to instruct the 
Senators and Representatives elect, of the City of Boston, to exert their influence at the 
ensuing session of the Legislature, to obtain a just and liberal charter for the object as 
above set forth ? 



•Answer. ..IS ay. 



Third proposition.— Are you in favor of procuring a supply of Water for the Inhabit- 
ants of the City of Boston, to be brought, at the expense of the City, from any sources 
which may hereafter be decided by the City Council to be the best, on condition that 
those of the Inhabitants who may elect to take and use the same, shall be required to 
pay for the water such reasonable tax as shall hereafter be fixed and established by a 
Board of Water Commissioners that shall be created ? 

•Answer— Yea. 

Fourth proposition. — Do you hereby vote to advise the City Council to apply to the 
Legislature in behalf of the City, for the grant of a suitable charter to carry into effect 
the object expressed in the third proposition? and do you hereby vote to instruct the 
Senators and Representatives elect, of the City of Boston, to exert t%eir influence at the 
ensuing session of the Legislature, to obtain a just and liberal charter for the object as 
above set forth ? 

•Answer. . .Yea. 



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REPUBLICAN TICKET. 



Ward No. 11. 



For Mayor, "bVAJ 1/J \\\\ 

THOMAS A. DAVIS. 



For Aldermen, 

ENOCH PLUMMER, 
JOSEPH BALLARD, 
AARON HOBART, 
EBEN JACKSON, 
DANIEL TAYLOR 



For Common Council, 
GEORGE SAVAGE. 



For Inspectors, 
JOHN P. FARMER, 
JAMES STANDISH. 



REPUBLICAN TICKET. 

Ward No. 11 . 



For Mayor, 

THOMAS A. DAVIS. 



For Aldermen, 

JOSEPH BALLARD, 
AARON HOBART, 
ENOCH PLUMMER, 
EBEN JACKSON, 
DANIEL TAYLOR. 



For Common Council, 
GEORGE SAVAGE. 



For Inspectors, 

JOHN P. FARMER, 
JAMES STANDISH. 



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FOR MAYOR, 



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FOR ALDERMEN, 












Benson I<eavitt, Samuel F. Holbrook, 
John Hathaway, John Snelling, 

, Wm. Parker, Ward 9, 
Sam'l S. Perkins, j William Pope. " " 

South Boston, ) 



FOR WARDEN, 

Joel Wheeler. 

FOR CLERK, 

Gideon Beck, Jr. 

FOR COMMON COUNCIL, 

Greenleaf C. Sanborn* 
Holmes H ink ley, 



John Green, Jr., 
George Davis. 

FOR OVERSEER OF POOR, 

William Willett, 

FOR INSPECTORS, 

John Farrington, 
Geo. O. Frothingham 



John F. Whitney, 
John Cormerias, 
James Standish. 

FOR SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Wm. Brigham, 
Rev. J. T. Sargent. 



DEMOCRATIC TICKET. 




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Daniel Taylor, 

FOR COMMON COUNCIL, 

George Savage. 

FOR INSPECTORS, 
John P. Farmer, James Standish. 



DEMOCRATIC TICKET. 




Ward 11. 



FOR MAYOR, 

Charles G. Greene* 



FOR ALDERMEN, 
Aaron Hobart, 
Joseph Ballard. 
Enoch Plummer, 
13 ben. Jackson, 
Daniel Taylor, 

FOR COMMON COUNCIL, 

George Savage. 

FOR INSPECTORS, 
John P. Farmer, James Standish. 



DEMOCRATIC TICKET. 




Ward 11. 



FOR MAYOR, 

Charles O. Greene, 



FOR ALDERMEN, 
Aaron Hobarf, 
Joseph Ballard. 
Enoch Plummer, 
Eben. Jackson, 
Daniel Taylor, 

FOR COMMON COUNCIL, 

George Savage. 

FOR INSPECTORS, 
JoJuvF, Banner, James Standish. 



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WARD 11. 



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For Mayor, 

THOMAS _A. DAVIS. 

For Aldermen, 

BENSON LEAVITT, J. C. AYER. 

SIMON G. SHIPLEY, SAM'L S. PERKINS, 

SAM'L F. HOLBROOK, South Boston, 



Common Council. 
EDWARD S. ERVING. 



Inspectors^ 
JOHN F. WHITNEY, 
JAMES STANDISH. 



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WARD 11. 




For Mayor, 

THOMAS^. DAVIS. 

For Aldermen, 

BENSON LEAVITT, J. C. AYER, 

SIMON G. SHIPLEY, SAM'L S. PERKINS. ) 

SAM'L F. HOLBROOK, South Boston. S 



Common Council, 
JOHN V. FORD. 



Inspectors, 
JOHN F. WHITNEY, 
JAMES STAND18H. 



WARD 11. 







For Mayor, 

THOMAS^. DAVIS. 

For Aldermen, 

BENSON LEAVITT, SAM'L F. HOLBROOK, 



JOHN HATHAWAY, 
SIMON G. SHIPLEY, 
SAM'L S. PERKINS, ) 

South Boston, ) 

Warden, 
JOEL WHEELER. 

Clerk, 
FRANCIS ADAMS. 

Inspectors, 
GEORGE O. FROTHINGHAM, 
J. F. WHITNEY, 
JAMES STANDISH, 
F. H. BLANCHARD, 
JOHN CORMERAIS. 



JOHN SNELLING, 
WM. PARKER, Ward 9, 
WILLIAM POPE, Wd. 11 



Overseer of the Poor, 
WILLIAM WILLETT. 
Common Council, 
EDWARD S. ERVING, 
G. C. SANBORN, 
GEO. W. FROTHINGHAM, 
JOHN GREEN, Jr. 

School Committee, 






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WARD 11. 




TTDGKETr 

For Mayor, 

THOMAS^. DAVIS. 

For Aldermen, 

BENSON LEAVITT, J. C. AYER ' 

SIMON G. SHIPLEY, SAM'L S. PERKINS, ) 

SAM'L F. HOLBROOK, South Boston. { 



Common Council, 
Get* +0t.i0i s \J , O? / c t't "f 



Inspectors, 
JOHN F. WHITNEY, 
JAMES 8TANDISH. 



Ward 11. 

LIBERTY TICKET, 




For If lay or, 

JAMES M. WHITON, 





For Aldermen, 

ELIZUR WRIGHT, Jr., THOMAS GOULD, 
PEREZ GILL, TIMOTHY GILBERT, 

JOHN GOVE, DEXTER S. KING, 

WILLARD bEARS, J. K. MILLER. 



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For Harden, 
F.IT.P. HOMER. 



For Clerk, 
ENOS RYDER. 



For Common Council, 
JAMES CARPENTER, S. H. TURNER, 

HIRAM W, WHITNEY, EDWARD LORING. 



For Inspectors, 

THOMAS W. DURANT, 1 11 A CRAWFORD, 
GEORGE C. RAM), D. D. LEEDS, 

FREEMAN M. DYER. 



For School Committee, 
C. C. BARRY. ELLIS CRAY LORING. 



For Overseer of the Poor, 
JOHN' HORROWSCALE. 



WHIG TICKET, 

WARD 11. 

For Mayor, 

Thomas JVetmore* 

ForAMrrw.cn, \ 

S1W0N W. ROBINSON, 
HENRY B. ROGERS, 
JOHN H. WILKINS, 
CHARLES AMORY, 
FREDERICK GOULD. 



For Com in on Councilman, 

EDWARD S. ERVING. 



For Inspectors, 

JOHN F. WHITNEY, JAMES STANDISH. 



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T A Y L O R 



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TICKET. 







For Presidential Electors. 

AT LARGE. 

Hon. LEVI LINCOLN, of Worcester. 
Hon. EDMUND DWIGHT, of Boston. 

DISTRICT ELECTORS. 
District No. 1. ALBERT FEARING, of Boston. 

2. DAVID PINGREE, of Salem. 

3. DANIEL ADAMS, of Newbury. 

4. ISAAC LIVERMORE, of Cambridge. 

5. BENJ. F. THOMAS, of Worcester. 

6. MYRON LAWRENCE, of Belchertown. 

7. ASA HOWLAND, of Conway. 

8. H. A. S. DEARBORN, of Roxbury. 

9. WM. BAYLIES, of West Bridgewater 
10. WM. R. EASTON, of Nantucket. 




FREE SOIL TICKET. 

WARD EliEVE flf. 

For Mayor, 

BRADFORD SUMNER. 



For Aldermen, 



Moses Mellen, 
Simeon Palmer, 
William Washburn, 
John Gove, 



Stephen Child, 
Moses Grant, 
James M. Whiton, 
Lemuel Capen. 



For Common Council, 



A nn is Merrill, 
John C. Pillsbury, 



John Kilton, 
Charles C. Barry. 



For School Committee, 
Benjamin H. Greene, | John T. Sargent. 

For Overseer of the Poor — Robert Foster. 



For Warden — William Dall. 



For Clerk — George S. Winslow. 



For Inspectors, 



J. W. T. Stodder, 
James P. Whitney, 
J. Cutts Smith, 



Freeman Howland, 
Charles W. Slack. 



WHIG TICKET. 




p> BOST05TIA. 
ffr^ COHSTDITA.D «? 5 
SV. 16 30 






Ward No. 11, 



For Mayor, 

JOSIAH QUINCY, JR. 



For Alder an a, 



Simon W. Robinson, 
Henry B. Rogers, 
William Parker, Ward 9, 
John H. Wilkins, 



William Pope, Ward 11. 
Charles Amory, 
Noah Brooks, 
John Hathaway. 



For Warden, 

Joel Wheeler. 



For Clerk, 

Francis Adams. 



For Common Councilmetl, 



Edward S. Erving, 
Greenleaf C. Sanborn, 



John Green, jr. 

George W. Frothingham. 



[■'ur Inspi ( mi >, 



George O. Frothingham, 
George S. Jackson, 
Francis H. Blancliard, 



John Cormerais, 
Caleb W. Hartshorn. 



I ,n Si in, nl < 'ommittet , 
William Brieham, .Lstm-WSrfMsfeHS. 



For Overseer oj the Poor, 
William Willett. 



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WHIG TICKET. 




WARD 11. 



For Mayor, 

John P. Bigelow. 



Nenry B. Rogers, 
Samuel S. Perkins, 
C. B. Goodrich, 
James Perkins. 



Fw Aldermen, 



Samuel Hall, 
Henry M. Holbrook. 
Benjamin Wood, 2d. 
Solomon Piper. 



For Common Council, 



Manlius S. Clarke, 
Geo. Wm. McLeland, 



Albert T. Minot, 
Francis Richards* 



For Warden, 
Stephen Tucker. 



For Clerk, 
Isaac P. Clark. 



For Inspectors, 

Geo. B. Nichols, i Wm. W. Keith, 

John A. Cummings, | Win. B. May. 

Geo. Palmer. 



For School Committte, 
Rev. Geo. A. Oviatt, | Joseph Wighirnan. 

For Overseer of the Poor, 
Henry R. Andrews. 









WHIG TICKET. 




^inrn^^. 




WARD 11. 



For Mayor, 



John P. Bigelow, 



For Aldermen, 



Henry B. Rogers, 
Samuel S. Perkins, 
Billings Briggs, 
Moses Grant, 



Samuel Hall, 
Henry M Holbrook, 
James Perkins, 
Solomon Piper. 



For Common Council, 



Manlius S. Clarke, 
George Wm. McLellan, 



Albert T. Minot, 
Francis Richards. 



For Warden, 
Stephen Tucker. 



For Clerk, 
Isaac P. Clark. 



For Inspectors, 



George B. Nichols, 
John A. Cummings, 



William W. Keith, 
William B. May, 



George Palmer. 

For School Committee, 
George A. Oviatt, Joseph M. "Wightman. 

For Overseer of the Poor, 
Henry R. Andrews. 












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WHIG TICKET 




WARD 11. 



FOR MAYOR, 



John P. Bigelow, 



Billings Briggs, 
William Pope, 
Henry B. Rogers, 
John H. Wilkins, 



FOR ALDERMEN, 

John P. Ober, 

Moses Grant, 

Samuel S. Perkins, of S. Boston, 

Samuel Hall, of East Boston, 



FOR WARDEN, 
Stephen Tucker. 



FOR CLERK, 
Isaac P. Clark. 



INSPECTORS, 
Henry R. Andrews, I Horace E. Armington, 

Alfred Hammatt, ] George B. Nichols, 

Lewis Wentworth. 



FOR COMMON COUNCIL, 



Manlius S. Clarke, 
George Wm. McLellan, 



Albert T. Minor, 
Francis Richards. 



FOR SCHOOL COMMITTEE, 
Joseph M. Wightman, | Rev. George A. Oviatt. 



FOR OVERSEER OF THE POOR. 
William Willett, 



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Free Soil Ticket. 



For Governor, 

STEPHEN C. PHILLIPS, 

OF SALEM. 
For Lieutenant Governor, 

JOHN MILLS, 

OF SPRINGFIELD. 



For Senators, Suffolk County, 

EDWARD A. RAYMOND, 
TIMOTHY GILBERT, 
RICHARD H DANA, Jr., 
WILLIAM WASHBURN, 
WILLIAM O. BROWN, of Chelsea. 



For Representatives to the G eneral Court, 



Ebenezer Atkins, 
William Bates, 
Levi Boles, 
Thomas T. Bouve, 
Henry I. Bo wd itch, 
Samuel G. Bowdlear, 
David Bryant, 
Horatio G. K. Calef, 
Lemuel Capen, 
William F. Channing, 
Stephen Child, 
Theodore D. Cook, 
Amos Coolidge, 
William J. Dale, 
Micah Dyer, 
John L. Emmons, 
Milton Gale, 
Elias W. Goddard, 



Sidney Homer, 
Pearl Martin, 
Moses Mellen, 
Marcus Morten, Jr. 
Nathaniel C. Nash, 
John A. No well, 
Simeon Palmer, 
Joseph Robbins, 
Charles W. Slack, 
James W. Stone, 
Bradford Sumner, 
Warren J. Whitney, 
James M. Whiton, 
Increase S. Withington, 
Roland Worthington, 
Albert J. Wright, 
Elizm- Wright. 



Free Soil Electoral Ticket 

For Electors at large, 

SAMUEL HOAR, of Concord, 
WILLIAM JACKSON, of Newton. 



D18TMOT 

No. 1. JOSEPH WILLARD, of Boston; 

2. JOHN B. ALLEY, of Lynn ; 

3. JOHN G. WHITTIER, of Amesbury ; 

4. NATHAN BROOKS, of Concord ; 

5. ALEXANDER DE WITT, of Worcester; 

6. JAMES FOWLER, of Westfield; 

7. THOMAS ROBINSON, of Adams ; 

8. BENJAMIN V. FRENCH, of Braintroo ; 

9. PHILO LEACH, of Bridgewater ; 
10. ISAAC 0. TABER, of New Bedford. 



Free Soil Electoral Ticket. 



For Electors at large, 

SAMUEL HOAK, of Concord, 
WILLIAM JACKSON, of Newton. 



DJ8THIOT 

No. 1. JOSEPH WILLARD, of Boston: 

2. JOHN B. ALLEY, of Lynn; 

3. JOHN G. WHITTIER, of Amosbury ; 

4. NATHAN BROOKS, of Concord : 

5. ALEXANDER DE WITT, of Worcester ; 

6. JAMES FOWLER, of Wcstfield : 

7. THOMAS ROBINSON, of Adams: 

8. BENJAMIN V. FRENCH, of Braintree : 
9 PHILO LEACH, of Bridgewater : 

10. ISAAC C. TABER, of Now Bedford. 



DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN 

FOR MAYOR, 

Adam W. Thaxter, Jr. 

FOR ALDERMEN, 
Benjamin Wood, 2d, 
Daniel Taylor, 
John W. Trull, 
Eben. Jackson, 
Enoch Plummer, 
Aaron Hobart, 
Silas Peirce, 
Joseph Ballard. 

FOR WARDEN, 
Martin R. Herrick. 



FOR CLERK, 
Gideon Beck. 

FOR COMMON COUNCIL, 
George Davis, Robert Covvdin, 

A. Loring Cushing, 'Holmes Hinckley. 

FOR SCHOOL COMMITTEE, 
Otis A Skinner, J. T. Sargent. 

FOR OVERSEER OF THE POOR, 
John Borrowscale. 



FOR INSPECTORS, 
George B. Proctor, Thomas S. Jones, 
John P. Farmer, James Y. Smith, 

John Farrington. 



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FREE SOIL TICKET. 

, VAN BUKEN MD ADAMS. 




FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 

AT LAKOE, 

SAMUEL HOAR, of Concord, 
WILLIAM JACKSON, of Newton, 

Dist. No. 1. JOSEPH WILLARD, of Boston, 
" " 2, JOHN B. ALLEY, of Lynn. 
" " l JOHN G. WHITTIER, of Amesbnry. 
" " 4. NATHAN BROOKS, of Concord. 
" " •->. ALEXANDER DE WITT, of Worcester. 

» « 6, JAMES FOWLER, of Wcstfield. 

« « 7. THOMAS ROBINSON, of Adams. 

■ • 8, BENJAMIN V. FRENCH, of Braintree. 

" « 9. PH1L0 LEACH, of Bridgwater. 

- " 10. ISAAC C. TABER, of New Bedford. 



FREE SOIL TICKET 







Ward 11. 



For Mayor, 

BRADFORD SUMNER. 



THOMAS BULFINCH, 
JOHN GOVfcl, 
JOSEPH SOUTH WICK. 
ALBERT J. WRIGHT, 



For Aldermen, 

CHARLES C. BARRY, 
JAMES M. WHITON, 
WILLIAM BATES, of Ward 10, 
LEMUEL CAPEN. 



For Common Council, 



JOHN KILTON, 
JOSEPH PRATT. 



GEORGE ADAMS, 
FREDERIC FOLSOM. 



For School Committee, 
BENJAMIN H GREENE, | JOHN T. SARGEjNT. 

For Overseer of the Poor— ROBERT FOSTER. 



For Warden— STEPHEN CHILD. 



For Cleric— GEORGE S. WINSLOW. 



For Inspectors, 



JO. W. T. STODDER, 
FREEMAN HOWLAND, 



JAMES P. WHITNEY. 



J. SMITH CUTTS, 
CHARLES W. SLACK, 



DEMOCRATIC TICKET. 



WARD NO. 11. 



FOU MAYOR: 



Joseph Hall. 



FOR ALDERMEN: 



Isaac Adams, 
Chas. B. O'oodrich, 
Daniel Taylor, 
Peter 'J', liomcr, 



A. W. Thaxter, Jr., 
Robert Cowdin, 
Benjamin Wood, 2d., 
Daniel D. Kelley. 



FOR WARDEN: 

EBUNEZER MORTON. 



FOR CLERK: 

RICHARD H GOULD. 



FOR COMMON COUNCILMEN: 



Watson Freeman, 
John T. Dingley, 



Gilbert Parmelee, 
Horace A. Breed. 



FOR INSPECTORS: 

S. F. Atwood, J David Ayres, 
Wm. E. French, | S. S. Ames, 
Martin R. Herrick. 



FOR SCHOOL COMMITTEE: 

Otis A. Skinner, I George Homer. 



FOR OVERSEER OF THE POOR: 

JOHN BORIIOWSCALE. 




WHIG TICKET. 




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Fourth 0t.it r.rf.-Thc vote now stands:— 

tana. M»«cb. 



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09% 4403 1634 
93 00 34 

36 38 43 



31 towns 2528 3511 1108 

A.hhy 71 65 38 

Shirley 18 _27 JSO 

2617 3600 11C9 3-27 4526 171 1 

According to these figures, Mr Palfrey's com- 
parative gain, since the March trial, is 232. Ac- 
cording to the Atlas, it is but 105. The Atlas 
tacitly admit* an error in its yesterday's statement, 
by adding 100 to Mr Palfrey's vote in its reckon- 
ing of to.day. We are confident that it i? still in 
error, - M \A that our statement, as above, is very 
near u, e truth. Royalston, Framingham, Sterling 
and. Sudbury to icar from. — Traveller. 



FOR GOVERNOR, 



George N. Briggs. 

FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, 

John Reed. 



FOR SENATORS, 



George W. Crockett, 
Jonathan Preston, 
George S. Hillard, 



Benjamin Seaver, 
John H. Wilkins. 



FOR REPRESENTATIVES, 



James A. Abbott, 

Osmyn Brewster, 

Billings Briggs, 

Francis Brinley, 

Walter Bryent, 

Isaac Cary, 

Calvin W. Clark, 

John Codman, 

William Eaton, (Ward 12,) 

Samuel A. Eliot, 

John C. Gray, 

Samuel E. Guild, 

Samuel Hall, 

Jbhn. P. Healy, 

Benjamin James, 

Eliprfluet Jones, 

Lewis Jones, 

Moses Kimball, 



George H. Kuhn, 
Samuel Leeds, 
Ezra Lincoln, Jr., 
Abel B. Munroe, 
James Munroe, (Ward 2,) 
Charles C. Nutter, 
John Odin, Jr., 
Silas F. Plimpton, 
Charles Theodore Russell, 
William Schouler, 
Southworth Shaw, 
Thomas J. Shelton, 
Elijah Stearns, 
Thomas Tarbell, 
John W. Wane n, Jr., 
( teorge V\ heelwright, 
Joseph M. Wightman. 







Temperance Ticket. 

WARD ELEVEN. ^c, ; < 




FOB MAYOR. 



BENJAMIN B. MUSSEY. 



FOR ALDERMEN. 



ROBERT COWDIN, 
MERRILL PETTINGILL, 
SOLON JENKINS, 
HENRY D. CUSHING, 



WILLIAM II. WILLSON, 
PEARL MARTIN. 
IRA GIBBS, 
DAVID S. TARR. 



For Common Council. 



DANIEL F. CHILD, 
GEO. DAVIS, (surveyor) 



WILLIAM DALL, 
GEORGE W. BIRD. 



School Committee. 

JOHN T. SARGENT, 
THOMAS STARR KING. 



Overseer of the Poor. 

ROBERT FOSTER. 



Warden. 

ALBERT DAY. 



Clerk. 

JOHN S. KIMBALL. 



Inspectors. 

WILLIAM KINGSBURY, I ISAAC CHILD, 

PHILEMON STACY, | JASON WINNETT, 

ROBERT II CLOUSTON. 



INDEPENDENT 

WHIG TICKET, 

WARD 11. 




For Mayor, 

CHARLES AMORY. 



Henry B. Rogers, 
Billings Briggs, 
Moses Grant, 
Henry M. Holbrook, 



For Aldermen, 

Moses Kimball, 
Benjamin Smith, of Wd.ll 
Abel B. Munroe, 
Calvin W. Clark. 



For Common Council, 



Albert T. Minot, 
Theodore P. Hale, 



Bradley N. Cumings, 
Andrew J. Loud. 



For Warden, 

Stephen Tucker. 

For Clerk, 

John A. Cummins:! 



For Inspectors, 

William W. Keith, I George Palmer, 

Moses H. Call, ! David W. Child, 

Charles Caverly. 



George Eaton, 



For School Committee, 

| William H. Foster. 

For Overseer of the Poor, 

Henry R. Andrews. 



WARD 11. 

Union Ticket. 



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FOR MAYOR, 



John P* Bigelow. 



ALDERMEN, 



Henry B. Rogers, 
A. W. Thaxter, Jr. 
Josiah Dunham, Jr. 
F. F. Raymond, 



Henry M. Holbrook, 
Pctor T. Homer, 
TiscJale Drake, 
Aaron HobarL 



Warden, 
STEPHEN TUCKER. 

Clerk, 
RICHARD H. GOULD. 



INSPECTORS, 

George Palmer, I Moses H. Call, 

David W. Child, | Eavid Ayers, 

John H. Clifford. 



COMMON COUNCIL, 
Albert T. Minot, | Bradley N. Gamiogt, 

Watson Freeman, 



Ebenezcr Morton. 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE, 
George Baton, | T. Starr King. 



Overseer oj tlu Poor, 
CHARLE8 MAYO. 



WHIG TICKET. 



so 




WARD 11. 



For Mayor, 

John P. JBigelow. 



Henry B. Rogers, 
Billings Briggs, 
Moses Grant, 
Henry M. Holbrook, 



For Aldermen, 

Moses Kimball, 
Benjamin Smith, of Wd.ll 
Abel B. Munroe, 
Calvin W. Clark. 



For Common Council, 



Albert T. Minot, 
Theodore R Hale, 



Bradley N. Cumings, 
Andrew J. Loud. 



For Warden, 

Stephen Tucker. 

For Clerk, 

John A. Cummings, 



AYiUiam W. Keith, 
Moses H. Call, 



For Inspectors, 

George Palmer, 
David W. Child, 
Charles Caverly. 



For School Committee, 
George Eaton, William H. Foster. 

For Overtrer of the Poor, 

Henry R Andrews. 



WHIG TICKET. 

WARD 11. 

For Mayor, 

John P. Bigelow. 

For Aldermen, 

Henry B. Rogers, 



Solomon Piper, 
Moses Grant, 
Henry M. Holbrook, 



Moses Kimball, 
Benjamin Smith, of Wd. 11 
Abel B. Munroe, 
Calvin W. Clark. 



For Common Council, 

Albert T. Minot, I Bradley N. Cuminge, 

Theodore P. Hale, I Andrew J. Loud. 

For Warden, 

Stephen Tucker. 

For Clerk, 
John A. Cummings. 

For Inspectors, 



William W. Keith, 
Moses H. Call, 

Charles 



George Palmer, 
David W. Child, 
Caverly. 



For School Committee, 
Qeorge Eaton, | William H. Foster. 

For Overseer of the Poor. 

Henry R. Andrews. 



FREE SOIL TICKET. 

Ward 11. 




Municipal Election, Monday, December 9, 1850. 

For Mayor, 

BENJAMIN B. MUSSEY. 

For Aldermen, 
CHARLES C. BARRY, 
TIMOTHY K. BLAISDELL, 
THOMAS BULFINCH, 
N. DAVIES COTTON, 
CALEB GILL, of South Boston. 
SANFORD GILMORE, 
JOSEPH SOUTHWICK, 
GERSHOM B. WESTON. 



For Warden, 
STEPHEN CHILD. 

For Clerk. 
JOHN PIERPONT, JR. 

For Common Council, 
DANIEL F. CHILD, F. A. SUMNER, 

MILTON GALE, JOSEPH PRATT. 

For Inspectors, 
GEORGE P. CARTER, DAVID A. GRANGER, 

ISAAC CHILD, SAMUEL HUNT, JR., 

PHILEMON STACY. 

For School Committee, 
JOHN T. SARGENT, BENJAMDS H. GREENE. 

For Overseer of the Poor, 
ROBERT FOSTER. 



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DEMOCRATIC TICKET. 







Ward 11. 



FOR MAYOR, 

ADAM W. THAX TER, JR. 

FOR ALrjlRMEN, 

JAMES BARTLETT, SAMUEL JEPSON, 

JOHN T. HEARD, WATSON FREEMAN, 

FREEBORN F. RAYMOND, HENRY CROCKER, 
JOSEPH SMITH, JAMES QUINN, 



FOR WARDEN, 

CHARLES MAYO, 

FOR CLERK, 

ISAAC CHILD. 



FOR COMMON COUNCIL, 

Aaron Hobart. j William Hunter, 

Horace A. Breed, j Lyman Farwell. 



FOR INSPECTORS, 
William S. Bartlett, j Milton Gale, 

Frederick A. Sumner, j Samuel Hunt, Jr, 

Gilbert Parmelee, 



FOR SCHOOL COMMITTEE, 
John T. Sargent, Benjamin H. Greene, 

FOR OVERSEER OF THE POOR, 

STEPHEN CHILD. 



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DEMOCRATIC TICKET 





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WARD XL 





FOR MAYOR, 



Adam W. Tliaxter, Jr. 

FOR ALDERMEN, 

Henry Crocker, 
Freeborn F. Raymond, 
James Bartlett, 



FOR SCHOOL COMMITTEE, 

John T. Sargent. 

FOR OVERSEER OF THE POOR. 

A§aph Par melee. 






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REGULAR WHIG TICKET 




WARD 11. 



Fon Mayor, 

Benjamin Seaver. 



0*' WAKD 1. 



For Aldekmi;>\ 
rOHN GREEN. 
SOLOMON PIPER, 
EDWARD BROOKS, 



School Com m ittee. 
GEORGE EATON. 



\8$ 

Peoples' Candidate 



WARD 11. 



For Mayor. 



J. V. G. SMITH. 



For Aldermen. 
WM. ELLISON, 
JACOB BACON, 
CYRUS WASHBURN, E. Boston. 



For Sohool Committee. 
John T. Sargeant. 



For Overseer of Poor. 

Henry R. Andrews. 



A6C Yj 

FREE SOIL TICKET, 

Ward 11. 

Election Wednesday, Dec. 17, 1S51. 

Polls open from 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. 



Mayor. 

GEORGE F, WILLIAMS 

Ward 8. 

Aldermen, 
CALEB GILL, of South Boston, 
WILLIAM IT. GUILD, of Ward 6, 
JOSEPH ROBBINS, of East Boston. 

School Committee— John T. Sargent. 



Firemen's Ticket, 




p, BOSTONIA. 
Sj> COMDITA^D. *& 



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WARD 11. 



Fob Mayor, 



For Aldfkmen, 
FREEBORN I . RAYMOND, 
HENRY CROCKER, 
JAMES BARTLETT, EastrBoston. 



For School ('mil mitten. 
John T. Sargent. 



Overseer of the Poor, 
Henry R. Andrews. 



I 

WARD 11. 

FIREMAN'S TICKET. 




MAN THE BRAKES ! 



FOR MAYOR, 

Benjamin Seaver 



For Aldermen, 
FRANCIS RICHARDS, 
HENRY M. HOLBROOK, 
BENJAMIN SMITH. 



School Committee, 
GEORGE EATON. 



Overseer of Poor, 
HENRY R. ANDREWS. 



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American Ticket. 




»lUT-I. M»rlto t l« A* >•:,*„*?. la It, „„>v-l. <„1. F- T...1LL, In!!* Cl.lfl OBb.c*U« l>b«rl« Q.rt rf U>» 1>'.V-I ■ ' M v ■ - -. 

FOR GOVERNOR, 

HENRY J. GARDNER, 

OF BOSTON. 



FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, 

SIMON BKOWN, 



OF CONCORD. 



For Senators, Suffolk County, 



CHARLES H. STEDMAN, of Boston, 
SEBEUS C. MAINE, of Chelsea, 
RICHARD LIBBY, of East Boston, 



ALBERT J. WRIGHT, or South Boston, 
DANIEL WARREN, of Ward 5, Boston, 
LEMUEL M. BARKER, of Bosi m 



For Representative to 34th Congress, District No. IV. 
LINUS B COMINS, of Roxbury. 



For Representatives to General Court, 



Elizur Baldwin, 

George F. Bigelow, 

Samuel A. Bradbury, 

J lin D. Brayton, 

I hvid Bryant, Ward 10. 

( ;• orsc Cannon, 

(■■ i r^e P. Clapp, 

John M. Clark, 

Morrill Cole, 

James II. Collins, 

Micah Dyer, Jr. 

James E. Farwell, 

Jonas Fitch, 

John S. H. Fogg, 

James C. Folsom, 

William E. French, Ward 0. 

Nathaniel M. George, 

J. Proctor Haskir.s, 

Edward W. Hinks, 

Joseph Hiss, 

Merrill C. Johnson, 

Stephen Lovell, 



Nehemiah P. Mann, 

Julian O. Mason, 

Watson G. Mayo, 

Abel B. Mnnroe, 

John R. Mnllin, 

Stephen G. Nash, 

Samuel NVal, 

Jonathan Peirce, Ward 1. 

Charles A. Phelps. 

Nathan-el Ring, 

James G. Sanderson, 

Stephen L. Sawyer, 

Charles W. Slack. 

James W. Stone, 

John L. Swift, 

Luther L. Tarbeli, 

David Thayer, 

Mical Tubbs, 

Edward A. Vose, 

Levi Wilkins, 

George F. Williams, Word 

Francis B. Winter. 



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Republican Ticket 



For Governor, 

ENRY WILSON, 

OF NATICK. 



For Lieutenant-Governor, 

INCREASE SUMNER, 

OF GREAT BARRINGTON. 



For Representative to 34th Congress, 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 



For Senators, 

TIMOTHY GILBERT. 

JOHN P. JEWETT. 

HENRY D. CUSHING. 

NATHANIEL C. NASH. 

ELIZUR WRIGHT. 

NEHEMIAH BOYNTON, of Chelsea. 



For Representatives, 



Simeon P. Adams. 
Ephraim Allen. 
Henry C. Allen. 
Richard I. Attwill. 
Aaron Bancroft. 
Thomas T. Bouve. 
Henry I. Bowditch. 
Samuel G. Bowdlear. 
William F. Channing. 
Daniel F. Chessman. 
Alfred A. Childs. 
Hiram Colburn. 
N. Davies Cotton. 
Sumner Crosby. 
William B. Dodge. 
Matthew P. Elliot. 
John S. Fallow. 
Thomas Gaffield. 
Christian F. Geist. 
Caleb Gill. 
Gilbert H. Gleason. 
John C. Haynes. 



! Lewis Hayden. 

| Frederic H. Henshaw. 

I Josiah Hobart. 

i Pearl Martin. 

Andrew M. McPhail, Jr. 

Moses Mellen. 

James Molineux. 

Thomas D. Morris. 

William C. Nell. 

John A. Nowell. 

Luther Parks, Jr. 

Theodore Parker. 

Josiah M. Read. 

Uriah Ritchie. 

John S. Rock. 

John Sawyer. 

John W. T. Stodder. 

Henry Towle. 

Israel S. Trafton. 

Hiram Wellington. 

Warren J. Whitney. 

Abel Wyman. 



Citizens' Ticket 

Election, Monday, Dee. 10, 1855. Polls open from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M. 




POH MATOR. 




NATHANIEL & SHURTLEFF. 

For Aldermen. 

CHARLES T. WOODMAN, JAMES PERKINS, 



SALMA E. GOULD, 
THOMAS SPRAGUE, 
GEORGE W. MESSINGER, 
PELHAM BONNEY, - 

OSMYN BREWSTER, - 



OTIS RICH, 
JOHN T. DINGLEY, 
JOSEPH L. DREW, 
LEVI B. MERIAM, 
-ROBERT CODMAN. 



For Common Council. 



FRANCIS J. PARKER. 
FREDERIC F. THAYER. 



WM. FOX RICHARDSON. 
JULIAN O. MASON. 



For School Committee, 

GEORGE EATON. ARTHUR H. POOR. 



For Warden. 

SAMUEL S. RIDGEWAY. 



For Clerk, 

CHARLES CAVERLY, Jr. 

For Overseer of the Poor. 

JOSEPH EUSTIS. 



For Inspectors. 

ROSWELL D. TUCKER. WM. S. McGOWAN. 

HOMER SAUNDERS. AUGUSTUS P. MELZAR. 

EDWARD EAXON. 






UNION TICKET. 



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FOR MAYOR, 

Alexander H. Rice. 



FOR ALDERMEN, 



TIMOTHY C. KENDALL, 
CHARLES T. WOODMAN, 
GEORGE W. MESSINGER, 
JAMES CHEEVER, 
PELHAM BONNEY, 
OSMYN BREWSTER, 



FARNHAM PLUMMER, 
DAVID THAYER, 
JOHN T. DINGLEY, 
LEVI B. MERIAM. 
ROBERT CODMAN, 
JAMES PERKINS. 



FOR COMMON COUNCIL, 
FRANCIS J. PARKER, I WM. FOX RICHARDSON, 
FREDERIC F. THAYER, JULIAN 0. MASON. 



FOR SCHOOL COMMITTEE, 
GEORGE EATON, I ARTHUR H. POOR. 



FOR WARDEN, 

SAMUEL S. RIDGEWAY. 



FOR CLERK. 
CHARLES CAVERLY, Jr. 



FOR OVERSEER OF POOR. 
JOSEPH EUSTIS. 



FOR INSPECTORS, 



ROSWELL D. TUCKER, 
HOMER SAUNDERS, 



EDWARD FAXON. 



WM. S. MoGOWAN, 
AUGUSTUS P. MELZAR. 



WARD 11 



Temperance Ticket 

FOR MA TOR, 

NATHANIEL B. SHURTLEFF. 

For Aldermen. ^ 

— — TIMOTHY C. KENDALLH-CHARLES T. WOODMAN M*<ru> 

i 8ALMA E. GOULD, L THOMAS SPRAGUE, 

- GEO. W. MESSINOKi; .*, ..-.-. -PELHAM BONNEY, — #$ 



vfiZZK JAMES PERKINS, 

ROBERT OOWDIN. c*X-* 
'<•' ■ ROBERT RODMAN 



JOHN T. D1NGLET. V- 

LEVI B. MERIAM, $*^ 

THEOPHILUS|STOVER 

\ /'/;/• (. oiiiinnn ( OUflCll. 

WM. KOX BICHARDSON, JULIAN 0. MASON 

FREDERIC F. THAYER", DANIEL C. BERRY* 



For Inspectors, 

KOSWELL D. TUCKER, WILLIAM J. TWOMRLY 

HOMER SAUNT3E1 AUGUSTUS P. MELZAR 

EDWARD FAXON 



For School Committee. 
GEORGE EATON, A UTHUR RX POOR. 



For War dm. 
SAMUEL S. RIDGWAV. 



For Clerk. 
CHARLES CAVERLY, Jr. 

For Overseer of the Poor. 
JOSEPH EUST1S. 



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"W-A.H.ID 9 . 



CX? FOR MAYOR, ^ 

MOSES KIMBALL. 



FOB ALDERMEN, 



1— JOHN A. NO WELL. » 
2— EBENEZRR ATKINS. 
3— SOLOMON CARTER. 
4— FRANCIS S. CARRUTH. 
5— GEORGE W. CHIPMAN. 



Ward ^ 



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8— CLEMENT WILLIS. 

9— GEORGE A. CURTIS. 
10— JOSEPH T. BAILEY. , ^ 
11— SAMUEL D. ORANE. 
12— WILLIAM W. ALLEN. 



SIDNEY A. STETSON, 
JULIAN O. MASON, 



FOR COMMON COUNCIL, 



WILLIAM CARPENTER. 
LEVI L. WILLCUTT. 



For School Committee, 
J. PHELPS PUTNAM, | EDWARD H. AMMIDOWN. 

For Warden, 
JOHN PUTNAM. 



For Clerk, 



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WILLIAM HORTON, 
WILLIAM D. MORRIS, 



For Inspectors, 



D+m^, 



BENJAMIN F. SMITH, 
EDWARD R. HUNT, 



WILLIAM P. CHERRINGTON. 



For Overseer of Poor, 
SETH HALL. 









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Ward Eight. 




JToL\!voT(vqLV ^mou ^Ticket. 

FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: 

At $ LEVI LINCOLN, of Worcester. 
Large ( MARSHALL P. WILDER, of Dorchester. 

DISTRICTS. 

No. l— JOSEPH GRINNELL, of New Bedford. 
2 — BENJAMIN HOB ART, of Abington. 
3 -HENRY S. MANSFIELD, of Blackstone. 
4-SANFORD M. HUNT, of Roxbury. 
6 -J. THOMAS STEVENSON, of Boston. 

6 — NATHANIEL SILSBEE, of Salem. 

7 — N. G. WHITE, of Lawrence. 
8— D. S. RICHARDSON, of LowelL 

9 — JOHN G. THURSTON, of Lancaster 
10-OSMYN BAKER, of Northampton. 
11 -WILLIAM G. BATES, of Westfield. 



AMOS 



FOR governor: 

j±. LAWRENCE, 

Of Brookline. 
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR: 

QEORQE MAR ST ON, 

Of Bnrnstnble. 



FOR SECRETARY OP COMMONWEALTH : 

THOMAS PARSONS, of Brookline. 



FOR TREASURER 4 RECEIVER GENERAL: 
SAMUEL A. ELIOT of Cambridge. 



FOR AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS : 

J. HENRY HILL, of Worcester. 

TOR ATTORNEY GENERAL- 

HENRY MORRIS, of Springfield. 



For Representative to Congress, District No. 4, 

Ea^^cSTTJR 13. EiaELOW. 







For Councillor, I I District, 

BENJAMIN R T E A r E N S 



For Senator, 4tli Suffolk Sciintorinl Di trict, 

J U s T I N JONES. 



entative to 1 1 u i II ' -t. 




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T1CK E1 




FOR PRE S I Q 



ABRAHAM LINCOLN 



PRESIDENTIAL 
fO* VI ■■■■■I, tCT QR» 




F0R MEMBER OF C0N^ S5 




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FOK MAYOR, 



MOSES KIMBALL. 



For Aldermen, 



1. ROBERT MARSH 

2. EDWIN WRIGHT, 
EDWIN M. PUTNAM, 
FRANCIS E. FAXON. 

5. G. W. CHIPMAN, 

6. OTlSCLArP, 



7. T. C, AMORY, Jr.. 

. .uiNAS FITCH, 
9. JONATHAN PRESTON, 
jo. JOSEPH T. BAILEY, 

11. W. F.RICHARDSON. 

12. S. R. SPINNEY. 



WARD EIGHT. 



For Common Councilmen, 

J. H. BRADLEY, I T. R. PAG3 

C. P. ADAMS, ALBERT GLOVER 



For School Committee, 

JOHN B. ALLEY, GEORGE H. LYMAN. 



For Warden, 

GEO. O. BRIGHAM, 



For Clerk, 

HERMAN W. GREENE. 



FRANK GREENE, 
HENRY, V. COE, 
J. H. LONG, 



For Inspectors, 



ALBERT GAY, 
MOSES SARGENT, 



For Overseer of the Poor, 
J. W. WARREN. 




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REGULAR TICKET. 



WARD 8. 



WEIGHT & POTTEE, PEINTEES, No. 4 SPEING LANE, Cornor of Devonstairo St. 




OF" BOSTON. 



FOR LIEUT-GOVERNOR, 

JOEL HAIDER 

OF WILLIAMSBURG. 



For Secretary of the Commonwealth, 
OLIVER WARNER, of N orthampton . 

For Treasurer and Receiver-General, 
HENRY K. OLIVER, of Salem. 



For Auditor, 
LEVI REED, ....".. ... of Abington . 

For Attorney-General, 
D WIGHT FOSTER, of Worcester . 

For Representative t" Congress, District 3, 

ALEXANDER II. KICK of Boston. 



For Councillor, District 1, 

NEHEMIAH BOYNTON, of Chelsea. 



For Senator, District 4, 

GEORGE A. SHAW, of Boston- 

I.,,, Di-irii-i-Atiiinu-y. 

GEORGE P. SANGER, of Boston . 

For Sheriff, 

JOHN M. CLARK, (Ward 5,) .... of Boston . 

For Commissioners of Insolvency, 

William C. Williamson, James Bailey Richardson, 

Horace II. Coolidge. 

For Representatives to General Court, District 8, 

JOHN S. TYLER, WINDSOR HATCH, 2d. 









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CITIZENS' 5TICKET. 





FOR MAYOR, 

NATHANIEL B. SHURTLEFF. 

FOR ALDEKMEN, 



Nehemiah Gibson. 
Albert S. Pratt. 
Moses Fairbanks. 
Francis W. Jacobs. 
G. T. W. Braman. 
Walter E. Hawes. 



Newton Talbot. 
George 0. Carpenter. 
John L. Stevenson. 
Charles E. Jenkins. 
Christopher A. Connor. 
Henry L. Pierce. 



WARD EIGHT. 



For Common Council, 



J. R. MULLIN, 
SEW ALL B. BOND. 



SIDNEY SQUIRES 
JOHN CURT IN 



For School Committee, 
HENRY C. HUNT. EBEN R. FROST 



For Warden, 



CHARLES J. IIAYDKN 



For Clerk, 



II. 1\ SlIATIUCIC 



For luapcctor.-s 

DAVID WIIISTON, THOMAS M. WELLS 

HOWARD B. DICKINSON, JOHN J. OSBORNE 

D. T. MARDEN. 






Boston, Nov. 2oth, 1869. 

Mr. Ciiari.es II. Romnsox and Others ok the Labor Refokm Ward am. 
City Committee. 

RbntIiBMBN : — Iii accepting ihe nomination of Mnyor, it is with a lull 
sonso of how inadequate I am to perform the functions of that office. But 
as a representative of the principles and issues of the Labor Reform Party, 
a conviction of then importance as well as interest in their final success has 
governed me. A prominent issue of our Party is the establishment of Li- 
braries and Reading Rooms in every Ward of the City. The adoption of the 
Bight Hour System by the City Government which would be an important 
step towards making it a custom in society. 

Al1,1 while we do aot complain of the various improvements in the mat- 
tors of Street Pavomenta, etc, we demand that the City employ its Laborers 
but eight hours pi i day, as an experiment in behalf of the Workinpmen, be- 
causo we believe it to bo a great public good and must be initiated by the 
public or general consent, and being introduced by a City Ordinance is not 
open to the objection urged against State Legislation. 

Wo want better opportunities and more time for mental improvement 
sothal the "Dignity of Labor" may have a meaning as well as n place in 
the journalism of the day. We desire that those who produce all the com- 
forts of lift shall have a voice in their distribution and a share in their 
enjoyment. 

Wc need some better plan adopted by which the Producer and Consum- 
er may meet in the Market. For when the nominal rent of a stall in the 
market secures n privilege worth a .small fortune, the discussion of Free 

.Markets becomes a i essity, and the occasions for Soup Houses asubjeot of 

Si rums consideration. 

We want some limit to the monopoly of the manufacture and supply of 
lias to the citizens of Boston. The subject of the Public Conveyances, 
whether by Kerry or in the streets, demands our attention and should be 
under the control ul the City Government. 

The miserable abodes of wretchedness and crime that nre a disgrace to 
nearlj every quarter of the city, should bo improved. These, and mans 
other changes that might be suggested, are amply sufficient to inaugurate n 
Party of Reform 

Gentlemen, thaokiug you for this expression of your confidence and 
esteem, 

1 am, Respectfully Yours, 

NATHANIEL E. CHASE. 






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WARD 8 



Wright <£ Potter, Printers, Corner Jlfillc and J'rdrrnl 8'rt., Hnrfr,, 




^ward P. Porter, ^ 
G eopgQ w. Pope. 

ftenpy k Pierce. 
Salter B. H&h^ 



foopgo 0. Carped 



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paries Ricliarcfe 0fl( 
Charles £ Jen ^. 

Gorae% u j^, 
Itfwis Rice. 



For Common Council. 



SIDNEY SQUIRES. 
EDMUND 13. VANNEVAR. 



SEWALL B. BOND. 
ISAAC H. BOBBINS. 



For School Committee. 



HENRY C. HUNT. 



For Warden, 

CHARLES J. HAYDEN. 



EBEN R. FROST. 



For Clerk. 
I. GILBERT ROBBINS. 



For Inspectors. 
DAVID WHI3TON. 
HOWARD B. DICKINSON. 

A. J. BARTLETT. 



THOMAS M. WELLS. 
J. W. CHICKEY. 




/Of 



WA.RX) 9. 



FOR MAYOR. 



NATHANIEL B. SHURTLEFF. 



For Aldermen. 



Nehemiah Gibson. 
Albert S. Pratt. 
Moses Fairbanks. 
Francis W. Jacobs. 
G. T. W. Braman. 
Christopher A. Connor. 



Newton Talbot. 
George 0. Carpenter. 
John L. Stevenson. 
Charles E. Jenkins. 
Geo. W. Pope. 
Henry L. Pierce. 



For Common Council. 



F. A. WILKINS. 
WM. FROST. 



JOHN S. MOULTON. 
MATTHIAS RICH. 



For School (.'oiniiiiltoe. 
Three Years. 

CHAS. HUTCHINS DR. JOHN P. REYNOLDS. 

Two Tears. 

CHAS. J. PRESCOTT. 



For Warden, . 



CHARLES K. DARLING. 



For Cleric, 



CYRUS A. PAGE. 



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For Inspectors. 
CHARLES H. PRINCE. WM. M. WISE. 

MARSHALL GORDON. RICHARD TYNER. 

LEWIS F. WENTWORTH. 








FOR MAYOR, 

V ATH ANIEL B. SHURTLEFF. 

FOR ALDERMEN, 



George 0. Carpenter, 
Charles E. Jenkins, 
Henry L. Pierce, 
Albert S. Pratt, 
G. T. W. Braman, 
Samuel R. Spinney, 



Charles Richardson, 
Moses Fairbanks, 
Francis W. Jacobs, 
Christopher A. Connor, 
John L. Stevenson, 
Nehemiah Gibson. 



WJLIRID HSrHLTIE. 



WILLIAM FROST, 
MATTHIAS RICH, 



For Common Council, 



JAMES F. GAY 
F. A. WILKINS 



For Three Years, 
For Three Years, 
For Two Years, 



For School Committee, 

Dr JOHN P. REYNOLDS 
. CHARLES HUTCH INS 
CHARLES J. PRESCOTT 



For Warden 



CHARLES K. DARLING 



For Clerk. 



CYRUS A. PAGE 



For Inspectors, 
CHARLES H. PRINCE. WILLIAM v v ' r 

RICHARD TYNER. LEWIS F. WEN 

MARSHALL GORDON. 








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FOR MAYOR, 

^AT HAITIELB^SHU RTLEFF. 

FOR ALDERMEN, 



George 0. Carpenter, 
Charles E. Jenkins, 
Henry L. Pierce, 
Albert S. Pratt, 
G. T. W. Braman, 
Samuel R. Spinney, 



Charles Richardson, 
Moses Fairbanks, 
Francis W. Jacobs, 
Christopher A. Connor, 
John L. Stevenson, 
Nehemiah Gibson. 



"WJL&jTD TEIsT. 



For Common Council, 
EUGENE II. SAMPSON. MOSES W. RICHARDSON 

FREDERICK G. POPE. GEORGE E. EVANS 

For School Committee, 
WILLIAM II. BALDWIN. ABIJAII RICHARDSON 



For Warden, 



JOSEPH F. PAUL 



For Clerk, 



SAMUEL B. HOPKINS 



For Inspectors, 
JAMES PERKINS. WILLIAM" C. CAVERLY 



<■ 



ANP» l " 



G. GREELEY. RICHARD B. AL' S 

CHARLES F. MORRISON. 













TOR 31UIT0R, 

GEORGE P. BALDWIN, 

*X)1«, AliDEBMEN, 

George 0. Carpenter, ! Charles Richardson, 



Charles E. Jenkins, 
Henry L. Pierce, 
Albert S. Pratt, 
G. T. W. Braman, 
Samuel R. Spinney, 



Moses Fairbanks, 
Francis W. Jacobs, 
Christopher A. Connor, 
John L. Stevenson, 
Nehemiah Gibson. 



WARD ONE. 



For Common Couui.ll, 
WILLIAM F. BROOKS, JOSHUA WESTON 

EL is HA POTK. WM. H. MPS 1 1 1 . R 

For School Committee, 
ROBERT R. KENT. DANIEL G. HARK INS 

For Warden J. MANSON BROOKS 



For Clerk, 



WILLIAM II. LA\VRK\< K 



For Inspectors) 

SAMUEL B. IIODGKINS. JOHN J. WESTON 

THOMAS J. LANE, JOB H. PERKINS, 

JOHN C. McDEVITT. 



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Rockwell & Churchill, Printers, 122 Washington Strctt. 



For fk 



AYOR. 




% 



FOR ALDERMEN, 



Hefiomiafi (Bilisou, 
Mfbevt$.^tatt> 
<Mases Juirlmnlls, 
Francis 10. 3aooBs, 
®. ®. M. Iranian, 



Hcipton ®af6at> 
©ca. ®. Carpenter, 
Soha M. Stevenson, 
Cftarfcs (E. 3 enfii ns> 
(Eftarfes $tanit>ood, 



(Kftg fefopficr M. Connor, Jienry £. fierce. 

"w\a.:r,:d eight. 



For Common Cooncl), 

SIDNEY SQUIRES, E. B. VANNEVAR 

john w. Mcdonald, - samuel j. noble 



HENRY C. HUNT, 



For School Committee, 



MOSES CLARK 



For Warden, 



JOSEPH M. GILSON 



For Clerk, 



JOHN L. PEARSALL 



JOHN J. OSBORNE, 
ROBERT J. BATH, 



For Inspectors, 



H. B. Div^evINSON 
DAVID WHISTON 



THOMAS M. WELLS. 






1 



Wright ■£ Potter, Printers, < orner Milk ami j;drral 81*., r.onton. 




^ward P. fo^ 



6, t, W. Brama/?. 
fhapy k Pierce. 
Salter B. Hau^ 

^e 0. Carped v ' 



<K eiiatles M]gpd sorit 



Charles £, JeI1 ^. 
Albert g. ^ 

Cornelius P> DMgGolv 
iewis Rice. 



.For Common Council. 



FA.WILKINS. 
W^.FROST. 



MATTHIAS. RICH 
BAILEY .T.MILLS 



J'©;* Softool Committee. 
Tlirco Yuurs. 

CHARLES HUTCHINS. | DR. JOHN P. REYNOLDS. 

Two Yours. 

CHARLES J. PRESCOTT. 



For Warden. 

CHARLIW K. DARLING. 



For Clerk. 

CYRUS A. PAGE. 



CHARLES H. PRINCE. 
WILLIAM M. WISE. 



For Inspectors. 



MARSHALL GORDON. 
RICHARD TYNER. 



LEWIS F. WEN'TWORTQ. 



If: 



WARD 8. 

Wright A roller. Printers, Corner JITillc anil Federal Sin., "Boston. 




$\NW&rd F. Porter ^ v .. 1RoA)ert co^din. 



%opg d w, Pope. 
Salter B. ^ a % 



Albert ft /^ 



v w 



V JOHN L. STEVENSON. 



,„. w ,.V«,i ,• ^»* Common Council. 
SAMUEL J. J\OBLk r 



EDMUND B. VANNEVAR. 



SAMUEL WELLS. 



Jhnr School Committee. 



For Warden. 
CHARLES J. HAYDEN. 



SEWALL B. BOND. 
HORACE B. FISHER, 

EBEN R. FROST. 



For Clerk. 
I. GILBERT ROBBINS. 



DAVID "WHISTON. 
HOWARD B. DICKINSON. 



For Inspectors. 



THOMAS M. WELLS. 
J. W. CHIC KEY. 



DANIEL T. MAKDLX, 



Iffy 



WAED 8. 



J. E. FARWELL & CO., PRINTERS, 37 CONGRESS ST., BOSTON. 




FOR ALDERMEN. 



Nehemiab Gibson. 
Thomas L. .len Vs. 
¥rancis W. Jacobs. 
Leonard R. Cutter. 
Chrlstoipher A. Connor. 
Samuel Rice. 



Robert Cow din. 
Samue\ R. Spinney. 
E»dvrard Hamilton. 
James M. K.eit\\. 
Richard W. Robinson. 
Benjamin E. Rebard. 



For Common Council. 

DANIEL A. POTTER, JOHN W. McDONALD 

HORACE B: FISHER, SAMUEL J. NOBLE 

For School Committee. 

JAMES A. I-IEALY, SAMUEL WELLS 



For Warden, 



CYRUS HICKS 



For Clerk, 



DANIEL J. DONAHOE 



For Inspectors. 

JOHN J. OSBORNE, WILLIAM H. HORAN 

ROBERT J. BATH, D. T. MARDEN 

JOHN L. PEARSALL. 



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WARD 9. 



J. E. FARWELL & CO.. PRINTERS, 37 CONGRESS ST., BOSTON. 







FOR ALDERMEN. 



NeYiem'utYi GrVoson. 
TYvomas L. .lew Vs. 
¥raucva NV. Jacobs. 
^Leonard U. Cutter. 
Christopher A . C ouwor . 
Samuel Ulcc. 



Robert Coyjoau. 
Samuel R. Spumes. 
Edward Hamilton. 
James M. TCeltlv. 
Richard W . Robinson. 
Tteujamlu ¥. Reliara. 



For Common Council. 

JOHN S. MOULTON, WJg8 A. FROST, 

FRANK II. WARD, JAMESKGAL 



For School Committee. 



DR. J. P. REYNOLDS) 3 
HON. F. O. PRINCE V Y 



For Warden, 



C. J. PRKSCOTT, 

To fill vacancy. 

~ L. L. GARDNER 



For Clerk, 



JOHN II. MINER 



For Inspectors. 

MARSHALL GORDON .TAMES M. FOSTER, 

LEWIS F. WENTWORTH, CHAS. H. PRINOb, 

WM. M. WISE. 






■ H|8R RC tOR 





FOR MAYOR. 

NATHANIEL E. CHASE. 



ALDERMEN. 



Nehemiah Gibson, 
Albert S. Pratt, 
Moses Fairbanks, 
John Mack, 
Francis W. Jacobs, 
Walter E. Hawes, 



G. T. W. Braman, 
William M. Cornell, 
John L. Stevenson, 
Samuel K. Spinney, 
Edward Hamilton, 
Henry L. Pierce. 



For Common Council. 

HORACE B. FISHER, DANIEL A. POTTER 

SAMUEL J. NOBLE, EDMUND B. VANNEVAR 

For School Committoe. 

SAMUEL WELLS, JAMES A. HEALY 



For Warden, 



CYRUS HICKS 



For Clerk, 



HENRY L. SAXTON 



For Inspectors. 

JOHN L. PEARS ALL, JOHN F. OSBORNE 

DANIEL T. MARDEN, ROBERT J. BATH 

WILLIAM H. HORAN. 






Ill® "^11 





FOR MAYOR. 

NATHANIEL E. CHASE. 



ALDERMEN. 



Nehemiah Gibson, 
Albert S. Pratt, 
Moses Fairbanks, 
John Mack, 
Francis W Jacobs, 
Walter E. Hawes, 



G. T. W. Braman, 
William M. Cornell, 
John L. Stevenson, 
Samuel R. Spinney, 
Edward Hamilton, 
Henry L. Pierce. 



WARD nXTHNTES. 



For Common Council. 



FRANK WARD, 
JARIUS A. FROST, 



JOHN S. MOULTON 
JAMES. F. GAY 



For School Committee. 

CHAS. J. PRESCOTT, 2 yra. DR. JOHN P. REYNOLDS, 3 yra 

CHARLES HUTCHINGS. 



For Warden, 



L. L. GARDNER 



For Clerk, 



CYRUS A. PAGE 



For Injectors. 

MARSHALL GORDON, CHARLES II. PRINCE 

WILLIAM M. WISE, RICHARD TYNER 

LEWIS F. WENT WORTH. 



FOR MAYOB. 



>5{» 




WARD S. 




GEORGE H. JOHNSTON. 



FOR ALDERMEN. 



Edward F. Porter. 
Albert S. Pratt. 
Lewis Rice. 
G. T. W. Braman, 
Walter E. Hawes. 
Newton Talbot. 



Charles E. Jenkins. 
George 0. Carpenter. 
Robert Cowdin. 
Henry L. Pierce. 
Charles Richardson. 
George W. Pope. 



For Common Council. 

SKWALL B. BOND. DANIEL A. POTTER. 

B. F. DUDLEY. HORACE B. FISHER, 



For School Committe 1 ;. 

EBEN R. FROST. SAMUEL WELLS. 



For Warden. For Clerk. 

CHARLES J. HAY DEN I. GILBERT ROBBINS. 

For Inspectors. 

WILLIAM HUMPHREY. A. J. BARTLETT. 

THOMAS M. WELLS. ROSWELL S. MINER. 

D.T. MARDEN. 



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CHAMPAGNE TICKET. 



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WARD TWELVE. 



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POINT 



FOR MAYOR. 


Col. Geo. Ho Johnston. 


FOR ALDERMEN. 


Col. George H. Johnston. 


Col. George H. Johnston. 


Col. George H. Johnston. 


Col. George H. Johnston. 


Col. George H. Johnston. 


Col- George H. Johnston. 


Col. George H. Johnston. 


Col. George H. Johnston. 


Col. George H. Johnston. 


Col. George H. Johnston. 


Col. George H. Johnston. 


Col. George H. Johnston. 



For Common Council. 
Col. GEORGE PI. JOHNSTON. < \>l. GEORGE II. 

Col. G EORGE H. JOHNSTON. Co l. GEORGE II. 

For School Committee. 
Col. GEORGE II. JOHNSTON, Col. GEORGE II. 

For Warden .... 



Col. GEORGE II. 



JOHNSTON. 
JOHNSTON. 

JOHNSTON. 
JOHNSTON. 



For Clerk 



Col. GEORGE H. JOHNSTON. 



For Inspectors. 
Col. GEORGE II. JOHNSTON. Col. GEORGE H. 

Col. GEORGE II. JOHNSTON. Col. GEORGE II. 
Col. GEORGE II. JOHNSTON. 



JOHNSTON. 
JOHNSTON. 






TEIWPERANC 



P*publican Ticket. 




Ilol.l is St <ilNN, I'uimik,, 2j Haw.'u Slrcel Ho I i 



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FOR MAYOR, 

Col. GEORGE H. JOHNSTON 

FOR ALDERMEN, 



EDWARD F. PORTER. 
GEORGE W. GHIPMAN. 
JOSIAII II. CARTER. 
MARTIN GRIFFIN. 
JAMES II. ROBERTS. 
HENRY I). GUSHING. 



HART II. LEAVITT. 
ROBERT COWDIN. 
ALVAN SIMONDS. 
CHARLES RICHARDSON. 
WARREN PARTRIDGE. 
GEORGE W. POPE. 



For Members of the Common Council. 



ROLAND McLEAN. 
WILLIAM A. LOWE. 



REUBEN CROOKE. 
BENJAMIN P. DUDLEY. 



For School Committee (fc- * Vears.) 
EBEN R. FROST. | HENRY C. HUNT. 



For Warden. 
JOHN L. HANSON. 



For Clerk. 
I. OTLBERT ROD DINS 



For Inspectors. 



CHARLES R. INNES. 
BENJAMIN JONES. 



ANDREW s. D,\ in RTT. 
EDWAKD WATTS. 



WfLLIAM A. HOLLAND. 



W^RJD EIGHT. 






€IWIEEM& 9 TICMET. 




tfalhan Sawyer <f- Son, Printers, No. 70 stale Street, Boston. 



FOR MAYOR, 

lAfMAMIlIi B. 



FOR ALDERMEN, 



George 0. Carpenter. 
Moses Fairbanks. 
John L Stevenson. 
Robert Cowdin. 
Leonard R. Cutter. 
Nehemiah Gibson. 



George W. Pope. 
Walter E. Hawes. 
Charles E. Jenkins. 
Henry L. Pierce. 
Grenville T.W. Braman, 
Newton Talbot. 



For Common Council, 
EDMUND B. VANNEVAR. ISAAC H. ROBBINS. 

SEW ALL B. BOND. SIDNEY SQUIRES. 

For School Committee, 
EBEN R. FROST. SAMUEL WELLS. 



For Warden, 
CYRUS HICKS. 



For Clerk, 
I. GILBERT ROBBINS. 



For Inspectors, 

AMIEL J. BARTLET.T. DANIEL T. MARDEN. THOMAS M. WELLS. 

CHARLES K. INNES. IIOWAKD B. DICKINSON. 



WAJRJD EIGHT. 



CITIMMM8 9 TI€M^T* 




l Scnvytr <f Soil, Printers, No. 70 Stale Street, Boston. 



FOR MAYOR, 



FOR ALDERMEN, 



George 0. Carpenter, 
Moses Fairbanks. 
John L Stevenson. 

RICHARD W. ROBINSON. 

Leonard R. Cutter. 
Nehemiah Gibson. 



George W. Pope. 
Walter E. Hawes. 
Charles E. Jenkins. 
Henry L Pierce. 
Grenville T. W. Braman, 
Newton Talbot. 



For Common Council, 
EDMUND B. VANNEVAK. ISAAC H. ROBBINS. 

SEW ALL B. BOND. SIDNEY SQUIRES. 



For School Committee, 



EBEN R. FROST. 



SAMUEL WELLS. 



For Warden, 
CYRUS HICKS. 



For Clerk, 
I. GILBERT ROBBINS. 



,/ Tl 



For Inspectors, 

win TLETT. DANIEL 'J'. MARDEN. THOMAS M. WELLS. 

CIIARLES P.. INM HOWARD It. DICKINSON. 



WARD NINE. 



Nathan Sawyer J Son, Printer*, No. 70 State Street, Boston. 



ftfl 



€IFIMMM& 9 TICMMT* 




FOR MAYOR, 



FOR ALDERMEN, 



George 0. Carpenter. 
Moses Fairbanks. 
John L Stevenson. 
Robert Cowdin. 
Leonard R. Cutter. 
Nehemiah Gibson. 



George W. Pope. 
Walter E. Hawes. 
Charles E. Jenkins. 
Henry L Pierce. 
Grenville T.W. Braman. 
Newton Talbot. 



For Common Council, 
MATTHIAS RICH. FREDERICK A. WILKINS. 

JOHN S. MOULTON. JAIRUS A. FROST. 

For School Committee, 

CHARLES HUTCHINS, for 3 years. JOHN P. REYNOLDS, for 3 years. 

CHARLES J. PRESCOTT, for 2 years. 



For "Warden, 
LABADT L. GARDNER. 



For Clerk, 
CYRUS A. PAGE. 



For Inspectors, 
CHARGES II. PRINCE. MARSHALL GORDON. 

WILLIAM M. WISE. 



LEWIS F. WENT .WORTH. 
K. 






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CITIZENS TICKET. 




Banl | I, i ri| to A« ifOnrw. lo »• j«i 1IM, »»*.■. »»*»«". la *• Oak'* OSn if *« Wrtrtrt fc»H «f •» MUM « ■ 



FOR MAYOR 



NATHAK[ELB.SteTLEFF 



Nehemiah G-ibson. 
Thomas L. Jencks. 
Francis W. Jacobs. 
Leonard R. Cutter. 
Christopher A. Connor. 
Samuel Rice. 



FOR ALDERMEN. 

Robert Cowdin. 
Samuel R. Spinney. 
Edward Hamilton. 
James M. Keith. 
Richard W. Robinson. 
Benjamin F. Hebard. 



WARD EIGHT. 



For Common Council. 

DANIEL A. POITER, JOHN W. McDONALD 

HORACE B. FISHER, SAMUEL J. NOBLE 



JAMES A. HEALY, 



For School Committee. 



For Warden, 



SAMUEL WELLS 
CYRUS BIOKS 



For Clerk, 



JOHN A. PEARS ALL 



For Inspectors. 



JOHN J. OSBORNE, ROBERT J. BATH 

WILLIAM H. HORAN, D. T. MARDEN 

GEORGE C. WHITE. 







»ff*iM 




GJKj^ 




WARD EIGHT. 



-«ojr»*~ 




HOOEWKU. 11 CUDDl'HILU FBIHTKB8, la Wa8(1I» • : , BOBTO 



r' 



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— <FOR ALDERMEN.>- 

Vv-> ^ v 



"son Bigelo^- * Q/ and Worthing^ 




FOR 

jonry os borne, 

JAMES H. RE EB 


COMMON COUNCIL, 

Jr., FRANK W. TNGRAHAM, 
, JOHN BORRO W SCALE, Jr. 






FOR 
JOHN F. 


SCHOOL COMMITTEE, 
BORE, 
Dr. SA MUtcr, A. ORE FN. 


For 


Ward* 






CYRUS HICKS. 






For 


Clerk, 









FOR INSPECTORS, 

Robert J. Bath. Walter B. Wood, John J. Grijfln. 

James F. Clifford, Baniel Heffernan. 






T 



ALFRED MUDGE U SON, PRINTERS, 34 SCHOOL STREET, BOSTON. 







FOR MAYOR. 



1IN1¥ I* FIBKCH 



FOR ALDERMEN. 



JOHN T. CLARK. 
SOLOMON B. STEBBINS. 
SAMUEL M. QUINCY. 
CHARLES HULBERT. 
WILLIAM WOOLLEY. 
THOMAS GAFFIELD. 



HERMAN D. BRADT. 
JOHN BROWN. 
ALANSON BICELOW. 
HIRAM EMERY. 
WILLIAM SAYWARD. 
SAMUEL LITTLE. 



Street Commiaaionre, 

NEWTON TALBOT. 



Common Council, 

DAVID WHISTON. H. W. HARRINGTON. 

CHARLES DARROW. EDWIN H. WOODS. 

School Committee, 

GEO. L. CHANEY. GEO. E. FILKINS. 



Warden, 



JOHN R. MULLEN. 



Clerk, 



FRED. A. WA1TT. 



Inapectora, 

THOMAS S. WATERS. THOMAS G. WHITE. 

EDWIN A. MILLARD. JOHN L. STARRAT. 

FRANK BROWN. 



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Ii. F. Lawrence & Co:, Prlntere, 169 Devonshire Street. 



FOR MAYOR, 

ۥ GO 



F*OR ALDERMEN, 



|fohn <t. tflarfe, 
Roland Sfflortlungton, 

Samuel ftt. QuiiMg, 

|tlvaU ^. gumg*, 



<fl)ha*te g. f wcatt, 
William § 0pje, B 



For Street Commissioner, 
ISAAC! g, BVRRBI.1.. 



FOR COMMON COUNCIL, 
KDAVINJLJKQQDS-^ FRANK B. BROWN 



JOHN OSBORNE, Jr. 






GEORGE W. ROAFE 



For School Committee, 
FREDERIC A. WAITT, WM. HENRY NEWCOMB 

For Warden, 
Dr. HENRY P. 6HATTUCK. 



For^Clerk, 
EDWIN A. MILLARD. 



For Inspectors, 

HOWARD J. BYRNE, FRANCIS HAYDEN 

ALFRED I. WOODBURY, JOHN L. STARRATT 

ALMON S. KNIGHT. 






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Reform Ticket 

L. F. Lawr ence & Co., Printers, 169 Devonshire 8t. 

For Mayor, 

FRANCIS B. HAYES. 



For Alderiuen, 



John T. Clark, 
Andrew J. Hall, 
Chas. J. Prescott, 
Alonzo Warren, 
William Pope, 
R. Worthington, 



J as. Power, 
Wm. F. Brooks, 
B. F. Stacey, 
Julius Adams, 
Thos. L. Jenks. 
B. F. Ricker. 



For Street Commissioner, 

MARTIN GRIFFIN. 



For Common Council, 

JOHN OSBORNE, Jr. FRANK B. BROWN. 

CYRUS HICKS. GEO. W. ROAFE. 



For School Committee. 

GEO. N. THOMSON. FRED A. WAITT. 



For Warden, 

JAMES P. CLIFFORD. 



For Clerk, 

I-;. A. MILLARD. 



For Inspectors, 

WALTER B. WOOD HOWARD J. BYRNE. 

.lol IN B. McALEER. 
A. S. KNIGHT. JOHN M. FALVEY. 







CITIZENS' TICKET 

Preserve Boston Common. 

W4RD a« 



FOR MAYOR. 

SAMUEL C. COBB. 

FOR ALDERMEN. 



SAMUEL M. QUESrC Y, , 
LEOPOLD MORSE, 
WILLIAM POPE, 
HUGH O'BRIEN, 
ALONZO WARREN, 
CHAS. L. RANDALL, 



JAMES POWER, 
ABRM. O. BIGELOW, 
THOMAS B. HARRIS, 
LIYERUS HULL, 
CLINTON YILES, 
ALVAII A. BURRAGE. 



FOR STREET COMMISSIONER. 

Gen. ISAAC S. BURRELL. 

For Common Council. 

EDWIN II. WOODS. CYRUS HICKS, 

FRANK B. BROWN, GEORGE W. ROAFE. 

FOlt SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

GEORGE N. THOMPSON, WILLIAM II. NEWCOMB. 

For Warden. 
Dr. SHATTUCK. 

FOB ISSI-lCVTOltS. 

A. J. WOODBURY, HOWARD J. BYRNE, FRANCIS HAYDEN, 

J. L. STARRATT, A. S. KNIGHT. 

For Clerk. 
E. A. WILLARD. 







MECHANICS' HALL 




: 



FOR ALDERMEN. 

4*** XI Glark 









6B0B6B f. Sampson. 

FliWCIH Thoupho\ 
0U/VT0Y VlLEti. 




For Street Commissioner, - - NEWTON TALBOT. 



For Common Council. 

JoiIX Q. A. BRACKETT. JOHN SWEETSER. 

EUGENE II. SAMPSON. 



WARREN FLETCHER. 
GEO. II. PLUMMER. 
\ MIUM OHAPIN. 
WILLIAM II. FINNEY. 
(HAS. C. PERKINS. 
EZRA PALMER. 
GODFREY MORSE. 
LT7CRETIA P. HALE. 



For School Committee. 

ABBY W. MAY. 
JOHN G. BLAKE. 
GEORGE A. THAYER. 
WARREN P. ADAMS. 
CHARLES HUTCH INS. 
CHARLES L. FLINT. 
LUCRETIA CROCKER. 
W. H. LEARN ARD, Jr. 



For Warden 



JOHN J. HAVES. 
JAMES mouse. 
LUCIA M. PEABODY. 
JOHN E. FITZGERALD 
F. LYMAN WIN'S 1 1 IP. 
JOHN B. MORAN. 
JOHN E. BLAKEMORE 
WILLIAM T. ADA. MS. 

EBEN R. FROST. 



For Clerk 



BENJAMIN KIMBALL. 



JESSE L. NASON. 
DUDLEY R. CHILD. 



For Inspectors. 
C. C. RYDER. 



C. B. JOHNS ION. 
JOHN C. LANE. 



CITIZENS' TICKET 

Preserve Boston Common. 

WARD 2©» 



FOR MAYOR. 

SAMUEL C. COBB. 



FOR ALDERMEN. 



SAMUEL M. QUINCY, 
LEOPOLD MORSE, 
WILLIAM POPE, 
HUGH O'BRIEN, 
ALONZO WARREN, 
CHAS. L. RANDALL, 



JAMES POWER, 
ABR'M O. BIGELOW, 
THOMAS B. HARRIS, 
NEHEMIAH GIBSON, 
CLINTON VILES, 
ALVAH A. BURRAGE, 



FOR STREET COMMISSIONER. 

Gen. ISAAC S. BURRELL. 



FOR COMMON COUNCIL.. 

EDWIN SIBLEY, EZRA J. TRULL. 



FOR SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

For Three Years. 

RETIRE II. PARKER. 



FOR WARDEN. 

HORATIO WELLINGTON. 

FOR INSPECTORS. 

I. A. WORTH, JAMES McGINTY, D. J. DECKER, 

PHILIP NAGLE, JOHN AIcLOUD. 

FOR CLERK. 
JAMES F. SMITH. 



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■' 




FOR MAYOR 



FOR ALDERMEN. 



HEHEMIAS GIBSON, 
CLINTON VILES, 
SAMUEL M. QUINCY, 
JOHN T. CLARK, 
SOLOMON B. STEBBINS, 



AL.VAH A, BURRAGE, 
JAMES POWER, 
CHARLES J, PRESCOTT, 
WILLIAM POPE. 
ABRAHAM 0. BIGELOW, 



ROLAND WORTHINGTON. THOMAS B. HARRIS. 



Street Com m issioner, 

ISAAC S. BURRELL. 

Common Council, 
EDWIN SIBLEY. EZRA J- ™ TLL - 

School Committee, 
RETIRE II. PARKER. 



Warden, ------ HORATIO WELLINGTON. 

Clerk, - - - 

litHjwolors, 



JAMES SMITH. 



IAYLOR P. 'I UOMPSON. 
111KAM THOMAS. 

P. J. DONOVAN. 



.JOHN McLOl D. 
IRA A. WORTH. 






WABB If 




iraje^imaai 



ROCKWELL & CHURCHILL. Printera, 39 Arch Street. 



THOMAS TALBOT, 

1. WARREN LADD, . . 

2. THEODORE DEAN, . 

3. JOHN FELT OSGOOD, 

4. MARTIN BRIMMER, . 



FOR PRESIDENTIAL KLECTORS, 

AT LARGE. 

ofBillerica. STEPHEN SALISBURY, . of Worcester. 

BY DISTRICTS. 



of New Bedford. 

of Taunton. 

of Boston. 

of Boston. 



5. SAMUEL C. LAWRENCE, . of Medford. 



6. GEORGE W. MORRILL, . of Amesbury. 

7. CARROLL D. WRIGHT, . of Reading. 

8. JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL, of Cambridge. 

9. JOHN C. WHITIN, . of Northbridge. 
10. W. B. C. PEARSONS, . of Holyoke. 



II. RICHARD GOODMAN, 



of Lenox. 



FOR GOVKI5NOR. 



ALEXANDER H. RICE 



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for i.ij:i ti:n\nt GOVERNOR, 



HORATIO G. KNIGHT, 



OP Easthamitox. 



For Secretary of the Coflimomx 

HENRY B. PEIRCE, 

OF A Bl SO I OS 
For Auditor, 

JULIUS L. CLARKE, 

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For Treasurer and Recthh Get • '\ 

CHARLES ENDICOTT, 



OF (..i.vro.v. 



/ ,"■ Attorney Genera/, 

CHARLES R. TRAIN, 

OF BOSTOX. 



For Clerk of the Supreme Judicial ' .'■• 

JOHN NOBLE, 

OF BOSTON, 



For Clerk ,•/ the Suf -rUr Court for I 

JOSEPH A. WILLARD, 

OF - , " , '> TON. 



hrkefih* Superior Court for Criminal fii 

HIRAM S. SHURTLEFF, 

OF BOSTOX. 

■■ .V. .,-.•./-•■ .;/" lit, ./ . 

THOMAS F. TEMPLE, 

OF BOS >'OX. 



F-> Representative lo Congress, 



WALBRIDGE A. FIELD, 



of Boston 



For ( 'ouneUlor, 



LIBERTY D. PACKARD, of Boston, 



Fo Senator, 

SAMUEL D. CRANE. 



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ALBERT E. PILLSBURY. 






JOHN Q. A. BRACKETT 






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DECEMBER 12, 1876. 



Ward 

CLOSE OIF TIHIIE FOXjXjS. 

FOR MAYOR. 

NATHANIEL J. BRADLEE l3 h> FREDERICK 0. PRINCE 
GEORGE Iff. BUTTRICK 



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SAMUEL C. PERKINS 
JACOB PFAFF - 






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JULIUS ADAMS ) y-/ o2? 

CHARLES H. B. BRECK 
CIIO ATE RURNHAM 
ALVAH A. BURRAGE 
JOHN T. CLARK 






GEORGE DUNBAR - I^P / 
JOHN E. FITZGERALD / ^ if 7 « 

NEHEMIAH GIBSON T-^jtfT^ 
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JACOB PFAFF - 
RICHARD W. ROBINSON 
NATHANIEL J. RUST 
LUCIUS SLADE 
SOLOMON B. STEBBINS 
FRANCIS THOMPSON 
CLINTON VILES 
LOUIS WEISSBEIN - 
THOMAS J. YVHIDDEN 
CHARLES \V. WILDER 



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CHARLES L. FLINT. 
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WILLIAM H. FINNEY. 
LUCRETIA P. HALE. 
F. LYMAN WINSHTP. 



JOHN W. PORTER. 
HENPY P. BOWDITCH. 



i onjrltflii, IBiB, uj Alfred Mudgo a Son. 



For Common Council. 

EUGENE H. SAMPSON. SALMON P. HIBBARD. 

CHARLES H. REED. 



For Warden 



CHARLES W. TURNER. 






For Clerk 



BENJAMIN KIMBALL. 



DUDLEY R. CHILD. 



For Inspectors. 



JOHN C LANE. 



CHARLES B. JOHNSTON. 




FREDERICK 0. PRINCE 



For Aldermen, 



Nehemiah Gibson, 
Lucius Slade, 
Julius Mams, 
Hugh O'Brien, 
Wyzeman Marshall, 
John E. Fitzgerald, 



Francis Thompson, 
Charles W. Wilder, 
Jacob Pfaff, 
ftichard W. Robinson, 
Charles E. B. <Breck, 
Clinton Viles. 



For Street Commissioner, 

JOSEPH SMITH. 



For School Committee, 



WILLIAM J. PORTER, 
WILLIAM H. FINNEY, 
F. LYMAN WINSHIP, 
CHARLES L. FLINT, 



EZRA CALMER, 
JOHN W. RYAN, 
GEORGE M. HOBBS. 
HENRY P. BOWDITCH. 



For Common Councilmen, 

F. S. RISTEEN. CHARLES H. REED. 

J. HARRISON ASHTON. 



For vv ardcn, 

J. STUART MacCORREY. 



For Olork, 
WM. P. O'BRIEN. 



For Inspectors, 

S. W. CLIFFORD. CHESTER H. CARRUTH. 

S. EDWARD SHAW. 

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John J. Clark, 
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Thomas J. Whidden, 
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Samuel G. Perkins, 
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JJathaniel J. Pust. 



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For School Committee, 
William p. Jlerrill, William JL Finney, 

F- J-yman Winship, Jtfartin primmer, 

Jlenry p. powditch, Jaicretia p. JIale, 

Charles C. Street, John W. Porter. 



FOB COMMON .COUNCIL, 

EUGENE H. SAMPSON, SALMON P. HIBBARD, 

J. L. NASON. 



For Warden 



. CHARLES W. TURNER. 



For Clerk 



BENJAMIN KIMBALL. 



FOK INSPECTORS. 



DUDLEY R. CHILD, CHARLES B. JOHNSTON, 

JOHN C. LANE. 




W^RD No. 12. 



NOTIFICATION. 



The inhabitants of Ward No. 12, in the City of 
Boston, qualified as the law directs, are hereby noti- 
fied to assemble at their Ward Room, 

Hudson Street, 

on Tuesday, the eleventh day of December next, at 
seven o'clock, A. M., then and there to give in their 
ballots for one able and discreet person to be Mayor 
of this City; also, for Twelve Aldermen, to serve 
for the year ensuing; also, for Eight members of the 
School Committee, to serve for three years; and 
One able and discreet person to serve as a Street 
Commissioner for three years; all the foregoing to 
be inhabitants of this City. Also for Three able 
and discreet men, qualified voters and inhabitants of 
said Ward, to be members of the Common Council 
for the ensuing year. Also for a Warden, Clerk, 
and Three Inspectors of Elections, all of whom 
to be inhabitants of this City, and resident in said 
Ward. 

All the foregoing to be voted for on one ballot. 

[ft^y The Polls to be kept open until 4£ o'clock, 
P. M. 

By order of the Board of Aldermen. 

S. F. McCLEARY, City Clerk. 
Boston, Nov. 19, 1S77. 



Notice is also hereby given, by order of the Board 
of Aldermen, that the Registration of Voters for 
this Election will close on Tuesday, December 4, 
1877, at 12 o'clock, 1*. M., after which time no name 
will be added to the Voting Lists, except as provided 
by Section 10, Chap. 376 of the Acts of 1374. 



Nov. 26, 1877. 

Dear Mr. Hutchins : — 

One of your friends came to me in your interest lately, and I 
suggested to him the impropriety of your retaining longer the Chair- 
manship of the Text Book Committee while Publisher of the Mis- 
sionary Herald, having, as it does, a patronage of $4,000, or more a 
year, or $40,000 in the last ten years, from school book publishers, 
and asked him whether it would not be better for you to refuse to 
be a candidate for re-election, or to be upon this committee if elect- 
ed. He did not wish to say anything about it, as it might involve 
him in unpleasant relations ; so I think I will undertake the risk of 
saying it to you, as it seems to me you ought to know, if you do 
not, that there are many persons who think as I do in this matter; 
and that, sooner or later, it may become more public. 

Although you may not receive the full benefit of this patronage, 
whatever tends to increase the value of the Herald under your ad- 
ministration must, directly or indirectly, benefit you and be a con- 
stant menace to society. 

The more above suspicion the man, the greater is the danger of 
the precedent. This much it seems to me I ought to say ; my per- 
sonal relations with you are such that it will give me pain to have your 
position publicly commented on. I have taken occasion to request 
nothing should be published at present, as I thought you might be 
induced to so act as would avoid any necessity for communi. 

Sincerely Yours, 

Edwin Ginn. 
Please return answer by noon. 



Brief Notes upon Mr. Edwin Ginn's Letter. 

1. Mr. Edwin Ginn is at the head of the house of Ginn & Heath, 
13 Tremont Place, Boston, Publishers of Sehool Books. 

2. Why should my friends go for consultation to Mr. Ginn, who 
is believed to have worked very industriously and very " eonjiden- 
lially," during the past few weeks, as it is currently reported that 
he did two years ago, for my removal from the School Board ? 

3. I am not, ami never have been, the Publisher of the Mission- 
ary Herald. I have no pecuniary interest in it, either in its sub- 






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Isaac S. Bttrrell. 

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William H. Loamard, Jr. William T. J&dams. 

Lucia M. Feabody. George S. Flummer. 

2Tanum Cnapin. Irticretia F. Sale. 

Warren Fletoner. William C. Collar. 



HENRY F. COE. 


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ALFRED ft BROWN. 


CHARLES S. PERHAM. 






- EDWARD P. SUTLER. 















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ELI AS T. BOWTHORPE. 



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LUCIA M. PEABODY. 



LUCRETIA P. HALE. 
WILLIAM C. COLLAR. 
WARREN FLETCHER. 



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HENRY F. COE. ALFRED S. BROWN. 

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Thomas Talbot, 



OF BILLERICA. 



FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, 

JOHN D. LONG, - - - of Hingham 



For Secretary oi the Commonwealth, 

Henry B. Peirce, - ofabington 



For Audi 

Julius L. Clarke, - of newton 



For Treasurer ar.a Receiver General, 

Charles Endicott, - of canton 



For Attorney General, 

Geo. Marston, - of new Bedford 



for representative to congress, 



Walbridge A. Field 



For I 

Jonathan A. Lane 



For Register of Probate and Insolven 

ELIJAH GEORGE, - OF BOSTON 



FOR SENATOR, 



ALVAH A. BURRAGE 



For Representatives to the General Con 

J. Q. A. BRACKETT JOHN SWEETSER 



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WILLIAM D.NORTHEND <i 



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OF 
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OF 
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OF 
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OF 

BOSTON. 



For Representative to Congress, 3d District, 

BENJAMIN DEAN 



of Boston 



For Councillor, 4th District, 



CHARLES McLEAN 



of Boston 



For State Senator, 6th Suffolk District, 

CHARLES A. B. SHEl'ARD .... 



of Boston 



For Representatives to General Court, 17th Suffolk District, 

FREDERIC S. RISTEEN. 

JOHN CARNES. 



For Warden, 

JAMES J. LANIGAN. 



For Clerk, 

WILLIAM SULLIVAN. 



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i as a personal r'avor 
•:e it a point to vote "No" on the 
the District Option Bill at 
election on Tuesday next. 

The District Option Bill should be 
defeated for the following reasons : 

Because it divides the municipal 
ui i 
Bt unfair, ao it appli 

one city in the state. 
sq it is special legislation 
I against the general policy of the 

4 • as a reduction in 

Licenses and the revenue therefrom, 
(sequent increase in the tax 

Because in ali probability it wilJ 
:e Boston a no license city, with 
I the at 1 mt evils . 
Because if adopted it will increase 
kitchen bar rooms a thousand fold in 
every \g no license, and 

rease the e intemperance. 
Because the present. License laws 
e proven entirely satisfactory 

8 wise administration of the 
loners, who have placed 
no esiden- 

tial Lets 

>te "No". 

Yours truly, 



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Antimasonic Republican Ticket. 

EDWARD EVERETT. 

Tor lAeut. OoyeinoY, 

WILLIAM FOSTER 

Fo\ % Senators, 

ALEXANDER H. EVERETT, I SIMON G. SHIPLEY, 
AMASA WALKER, I CHARLES G. GREENE, 

JOHN W. JAMES, I LARRA CRANE. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES. 



John D. Williams, 
George Odiornc, 
Ichabod Macomber, 
Daniel Weld, 
Joel Thayer, 
Lemuel Cushing, 
Benjamin F. Halletl, 
Sargeant S. Littlchale, 
Jonathan French, 
Nathaniel F Ames, 
David H. Williams, 
Henry B. Smith, 
Windsor Fay, 
John Pickens, 
Edwin Brown, 
Heman Holmes, 
Samuel Dexter, 
Alfred Greenough, 
Ebenezer Hay ward, 
Mark Healy, 
Benjamin V. French, 
David Barnard, 
Jeremiah Hill, 
Edward Cruft Jr, 
Joseph V. Bacon, 
Joseph Marrinor, 
Eb or Parker, 
Asa Lewis, 
John G. Flagg, 
Gustavus Horton, 
Thomas Vose, 
Romanus Emerson, 
George Sutherland, 
Franklin Haven, 
Noah Lincoln, 
Peter Harvey, 



Thomas Hollis, 
Ebenezer Jackson, 
Lewis Josselyn, 
John Duncklee, 
Royal L. Porter, 
Thatcher Rich Raymond, 
Thomas J. Lobdell, 
Daniel Dickinson, 
Benjamin Freeman, 
Newell Withington, 
Simon K. He wins, 
Charles Hood, 
Theophilus Fisk, 
James Cheever, 
Nathaniel Budd, 
Dexter Dickinson, 
Thadeus Nichols, Jr. 
Jacob Stearns, 
Thomas G. Fessenden, 
Charles A Macomber, 
Moses Ordway, 
William Thompson, 
Thomas Gould, 
David Tilden, 
Grcnville T. Wiuthrop, 
Stephen Child, 
Seth J. Thomas, 
Solon Jenkins, 
Thomas Barnes, 
0. W. B. Peabody, 
Robert Cowden, 
George Everett, 
Ephraim Milton, 
Kilby Page, 
Benajah Brigham, 
Alvan Simond*. 



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'FOR GOVERNOR. 

FRANCIS BAYLIES. 

Of Taunton. 
FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR. 

Charles W. XUoore. 

Of Cliarlestown. 
FOK CONGRESS, 1st District. 

SAMUEL G. HOWE, 

Of IWos> 

Senators For ?<jff.>lk Coukty. 

MNIAN C. BETTON, JOHN ATKINS, 

CHARLES B. GOODRICH, JACOB BACON, 

BENSON LEAVTTT 

Representatives For Boston. 



WILLAM BELLAMY, 
THOMAS BRADFORD, 
KAZEN J. BURTON, 
CYRUS BUTRICK, 
JOSEPH R. CARR, 
DANIEL CHAMBERLAIN, 
ROLAND CUSHING, 
EDMUND B. DEARBORN, 
WILLIAM DODGE, 
E. C. DREW, 
BENJAMIN DUTTON, 
MICAH DYER, 
ALFRED B. ELY, 
fOHN FARRINGTON, 
JOHN PEDERHEN, Jr., 
BENJ. FESiBMDEN, 
THOMAS P. FOSTER, 
CHARLES J. FO I, 



WILLIAM R. FROST, 
NATHANIEL GRIGGS 
HENRY A. HOVEY. 
HIRAM HUSTON, 
JOSHUA KENDALL, 
HARVEY ROGERS, 
CHARLES McINTIER, 
WILLIAM MARDEN, 
.MOSES MILLER, 
8AMUEL NEAL, 
SIMEON PALMEK, 
JOHN P. ROBINSON, 
JOHN M. SALMON 
AMOS C. SANBORN, 
CHARLES WARREN, 
NATHAN WHEELER, 
REUBEN WHEELER, 






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FOR GOVERNOR, . 

Samuel T. Armstrong, 

FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, 

George Hull. 



For Senators. 



John C. Gray, 
Horace Mann, 
William Sturgis, 



| Stephen Fairbanks, 
| Nathan Gurney, 
{ Phineas Sprague. 



For Representatives, 



Daniel Messinger, 
George Blake, 
Francis C. Gray, 
Samuel D. Harris, 
Charles Leighton, 
Henry Williams, 
Joseph M. Leavitt, 
Benjamin Russell, 
Richard Austin, 
Thomas Edmands, 
Zachariah Jellison, 
George E. Head, 
Thomas G. Fessenden, 
David Francis, 
John B. Wells, 
Thomas J. Shelton, 
Ebenezer Scott, 
Asa Swallow, 
Daniel Saflbrd, 
Ebenezer H. Little, 
Alvan Simonds, 
Jeffrey Richardson, 
Abel Phelps, 
James Clark, 
John P. Bigelow, 
John Knapp, 
Eliphalet P. Hartshorn, 
James Harris, 
Henry W. Kinsman, 
Lemuel Capen, 
Benjamin Dodd, 
Henry D. Gray, 
J a red Lincoln, 
William Brigham, 
John C. Park, 
Isaac Waters, 



j Robert C. Winthrop, 
| Zebedee Cook, jr. 
} Solomon Piper, 
| Henry G. Rice, 
i Lynde M. Walter, 
5 William Barnicoat, 
I Benjamin Fiske, 
\ Joseph T. Adams, 
> Abner Bourne, 
| John Greene, jr. 
i Prentiss Hobbs, 
« Charles Lincoln, 
J Cranston Howe, 
| William Willett, 
| Frederick Emerson, 
| John L. Dimmock, 
| Joseph Eveleth, 
; James Means, 
5 Hugh Montgomery, 
| Edward G. Loring, 
■ James Ridgway, 
} John O. Sargent, 
5 Samuel H. Walley, jr. 
' Zachariah Hicks, 
Benajah Brigham, 
j George S. Hillard, 
-*• O. W. B. Peabody, 
| Enoch Hobart, 
• Leach Harris, 
I James Boyd, 
t Daniel Henchman, 
\ James Barry, 
\ Thomas Hunting, 
< John L. Phillips, 
; William Lawrence, 
\ Levi Bartlett, 



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WORKING-MEN'S 
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FARMER'S PAW. WHIG PAW. 





BOSTON CODBIEB. 



A Former with his huoe paw upon 
(he i totutei , what can he do' 

" It la ni proper for a blacksmith to 
attempt to repair WBtches, ni for a taE- 
Men, in general, to legislate.— [Set 
Boston Courier.] 

Mr Allen, the workingmen'i can- 
didate, boa come oat to bead a paety 
one degree below emp clash, OBDEB 

RANK, OR STATION, 111 111 i:: iunilrilinl 

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For Governor, 

SAMUEL C. ALLEN. 
For Lieut. Governor, 

WILLIAM W. THOMPSON. 

Tot Senators, 
WILLIAM S. WAIT, 
PEREZ LORING, 
SIMON G. SHIPLEY, 
JOHN W. JAMES, 
JACOB HALL, 
THOMAS GREEN. 

"Fox HenYesentatiye to Congress, 
WILLIAM FOSTER, 

Toy IkepTesentatvves , 



George Davis, 
Levi Abel, 
David Richards, 
Heman Holmes, 
Moses Miller, 
Luke Brown, 
Daniel Ballard, 
Joseph H. Center, 
Thadeus Nichols, 
William Sparrell, 
Henry Hatch, 
John Hunt, 
William Stetson, 
Amasa Murdock, 
Holmes Hinckley, 
John Cowden, 
Thomas Gould, 
Jesse Bachelder, 
John B. Meserve, 
Asa Lewis, (Ward 4) 

Samuel Sawyer, 
William T. Spear, 

Larra Crane, 

William Jorden, 

Ebenezer Hayward, 

N. F. Ames, 

Charles Dwelly 

Eber Parker, 

John E. Dill, 

Solan Jenkins, 

Ebenezer Jackson, 

Samuel Dexter. 

John Wedgeh 

John BowmtV*v 



Dunbar B. Harris, 
George W. Bazin, 
Enoch W. Perry, 
George W. Smith, 
Elias Kingsley, 
Joseph Hart, 
Cyrus B. Tbiyer, 
Henry B Smith, 
Moses Hunt, 
Francis B. Winter, 
Caleb Eddy, 
Isaac Adams, 
Jacob Flinn, 
Charles Ewer, 
Windsor Fay, 
William Simonds, 
Thomas Davis, 
Edwin Brown, 
George P. Milne, 
A. H. Wood. 
Romanus Emerson, 
Seth Chadbourn, 
Seth J. Thomas 
Samuel Prince, 
John P. Funner, 
Martin Wilder, 
Frederick Emerson, 
John Turner, 
Samuel N. Cushing, 
Luke Fernal, 
Jefferson French, 
John Harriman, 
Motes Ordway, 



I 



FOR GOVERNOR, 

Edward Everett. 

FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, 

George Hull. 



John C. Gray 
Horace Mann 
William Sturgis 



FOR SENATORS, 



Stephen Fairbanks 
Nathan Gui 
Phineas Sprague 



FOR REPRESENTATIVES, 



Daniel Messinger 
George Blake 
Francis C Gray 
Samuel D. Harris 
Charles Leighton 
Henry Williai 
Joseph M. Leavitt 
Benjamin Russell 
Richard Austin 
Thomas Edtnands 
Zachariah Jellison 
George E. Head 
Thomas G. Fessenden 
David Frai 
John B. Wells 
Thomas J . Shelton 
Ebenezer Scott 
Asa Swallow 
Daniel Safford 

Ebenezer H. Little 
- Alvan Simonds 
Jeffrey Richardson 

Abel Phelps 

James Clark 

John P. Bigelow 

John Knapp 

Eliphalet P. Hartshorn 
les Harris 

Henry W. Kinsman 

Lemuel Capen 

Benjamin Dodd 

Henry D. Gray 

Jared Lincoln 

William Brigham 

John C. Park 

Isaac Waters 



Robert C. Winthrop 
Zebedee Cook, jr. 

ilomon Piper 
Henry G, Hire 
Lynde M. Wallet 
VrHlimn Do rui 
Benjamin Fiske 
Joseph T. Adams 
Abner Bourne 
John < Ireen, jr. 
Prentiss Hobbs 
Charles Lincoln 
Cranston Howe 
William Willett 
Frederick Emerson 
John L. Dimntock 
Joseph Eveleth 
James M 

Hugh Montgomery 
Edward G. Loring 
James Kidgv 
John O. Sargent 
Samuel H. Walli 
Zachnriah Hicks 

- Benajab Brigham 
illard 

-(). W. B. Peabody 
Enoch Hobari 
1 ieach Harris 
Jami 

Daniel Henchman 
James Barry 
Thomas Hunting 
John L. Phillips 
William Lawrence 
Levi Bartleti 



NATIVE AMERICAN TICKET. 

WARD 11. 



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For Jfiayor. 

NINIAN aBETTON. 

For •titter men. 



JACOB BACON, 
SIMEON PALMER, 
BENJAMIN HUDSON, 
THOMAS BRADFORD 



NATHANIEL GRIGGS, 
ROBERT COWDIN, 
AMOS C. SANBORN, . 
WILLIAM DODGE. 



For Warden. 

FREDERIC FOLSOM. 

For Clerk. 

JOHN F. WHITNEY. 

Fjr inspectors. 

WILLIAM B. MAY, I JOSEPH W. MONROE, 

JYMES FOLSOM, ROBERT H. CLOUSTON, 

JOHN C. PILLSBURY. 

For Common Council. 

ELISHA SMITH, I JOHN V. FORD, 

WILLIAM BECK, | BOYD HOWARD. 

For School Committee. 

MANLIUS S. CLARK, | JOHN T. DINGLY. 

For Overseer of the Poor. 

JOSEPH CHANDLER, 




J, 



FOR GOVERNOR, 

-OHN QUINCY ADAMS. 

FOR LT. GOVERNOR, 

SAMUEL. LATHROP. 



FOR SENATORS, 

BENJAMIN T. PICKMAN, 
JOHN D. WILLIAMS, 
GEORGE ODIORNE, 



ALEXANDER H. EVERETT, 
JOHN R. A DAN, 
WILLIAM FOSTER. 



FOR REPRESENTATIVES, 



HENRY SARGENT, 
BENJAMIN BANGS, 
ICHABOD MACOMBER, 
STEPHEN WHITE, 
CALVIN HAVEN, 
CALEB EDDY, 
BENJAMIN P. HALLETT, 
BENJAMIN WILLIS, 
JOHN SULLIVAN. 
HENRY WILLIAMS, 
PEREZ GILL, 
PARKER II. PIERCE, 
LARRA CRANE, 
SIMON G. SHIPLEY, 
WILLIAM P. MASON, 
THOMAS VOSE, 
JOHN BURROUGHS, 
JACOB G. HALLET, 
AMASA WALKER, 
SAMUEL A. WELLS, 
CHARLES A. MACOMBER, 
JOHN W. JAMES, 
FREEMAN HUNT, 
THOMAS R. DASCOMB, 
HENRY BLANEY, 
EBER PARKER, 
JOSEPH BALLARD, 
NATHANIEL P. AMES, 
JAMES PICKENS, 
80LON JENKINS, 
MOSES MILLER, 
JOHN DODD, 
JEREMIAH HILL, 



SAMUEL D. HARRIS, 
JOHN W. BRADLEE, 
RUSSELL JARVIS, 
HEMAN LINCOLN, 
BRADFORD SUMNER, 
JOSEPH V. BACON, 
JOHN SMITH, Ward 1, 
EPHRAIM HALL, 
SIMON K. HEWINS, 
JONATHAN FRENCH, 
SAMUEL GALE, 
STILLMAN WILLIS, 
EZRA CHAMBERLIN, 
HENRY B. HUMPHREY, 
NOAH LINCOLN, 
JOSEPH WOODCOCK, 
SAMUEL DEXTER, 
CHARLES P. ADAMS, 
DANIEL WELD, 
HENRY J. OLIVER, 
JOHN GULLIVER, 
HENRY W. KINSMAN, 
ISAAC RHOADES, 
DANIEL BALLARD, 
MOSES MELLEN, 
BENJAMIN COMEY, 
DANIEL DICKINSON, 
JOHN B. RUSSELL, 
GEORGE SUTHERLAND, 
LEVI BLISS, 
EPHRAIM DANA, 
DANIEL NOYES, 
JAMES BUTLER. 



WHIG TICKET. 



FOR GOVERNOR, 

JOHW 1>AVIS. 



FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, 

Samuel T. Armstrong* 



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FUll KKPRESENTAT1VE TO CONGRESS, 

ABBOTT LAWRENCE. 



FOR SENATORS, 



Benjamin T. Pickman, 
JJJohn C. Gray, 
(5) Horace Mann, 

to 

® 



Franklin Dexter, 
Daniel Messinger, 
Henry J. Oliver. 



to Samuel Aspinwall, 
§{ Joseph T. Adams, 
(^ James Barry, 
® Levi Barilett, 
^ George Blake, 
^Joliu P. Bigelow, 
(?\ Abner Bourne, 
toJames Boyd, 
S Levi Brigham, 
to William Brigliam, 
to Edward Brooks, 

fNoah Brook*. 
Samuel Chessman, 

^) Zebedee Cook, jr. 

® Benjamin Dodd, 

p. John L. Dimmock, 

^ Samuel Dorr, 

to Ezra Dyer, 

j§ Oliver Eldridge, 
William T. Eustis, 
Alexander H. Everett, 

^ Stephen Fairbanks, 
Luiher Faulkner, 
Benjamin Fiske, 
Henry Farnam, 
Henry D. Gray, 
Nathan Gurney, 
Samuel D. Harris, 
Nathaniel Hammond, 
Joseph S. Hastings, 
Daniel Henchman, 

CS> Thomas Hunting, 
John Knapp, 



FOR REPRESENTATIVES, 

Henry Lee, 
William Lawrence, 



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Joseph M. Leavitt, 
Joseph Lewis. 
Ch-irles Leighton, 
Charles Lincoln, 
Winslow Lewis, jr. 
Hugh Montgomery, 
James Means, 
Thomas Minns, 
Thomas Motley, 
George W. Oiis, 
Theophilus Parsons, 
O. W. B. Peabody, 
James Ridgway, 
Henry Rice, 
Henry G. Rice, 
Thomas Richardson, 
Jeffrey Richardson, 
Simon W. Robinson, 
Edward H. Robbins, 
Benjamin T. Reed, 
Benjamin Russell, 
Daniel Safford, 
Norman Seaver, 
Thomas J. Shelton, 
William Sturgis, 
Benjamin Stevens, 
Asa Swallow, 
11. C. Winthrop, 
Thomas Wetmore, 
Isaac Waters, 
Francis O. Watts. 



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GROCER'S TICKET 



iPor csoumior: 

Hox. JOHN BAILEY". 

iFov ILitut. (Bfobcunov, 

JPo*. GEORGE ODIORNE 

Tot S&iyoAoys. 

JOHN D. WILLIAMS. 
(V. S. IV A IT. 
MARK HEALEV, 
JACOB HALL, 
JOHN W. JAMES 
CHARLES HOOD. 

Fot RepTcseniaArve to Congvess, 
A. H. EVERETT. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joshua Sears, 
lienajah Brighain, 
Henry Williams, 
Ab 2 l Phelps, 
Whiting Hewins, 
Abraham Brigham, 
Elijah Brigham, 
Jonathan Bowditch jr. 
Sumner Crosby, 
George W. Smith, 
Benjamin V. French, 
Joseph Mend, 
William B. Callender, 
Joseph W. Taylor, 
Jost- ph P. Meriam, 
George W. Lewis, 
Brewster Reynolds, 
Thomas K. Dascomb, 
William Kitchie, 
Jesse Bachellor, 
Ezra Trull, 
Thomas Davis, 
A. W. Thaxter, jr. 
Abel Adams, 
Moses Miller, 
1). B. Harris, 
A. H. Woods, 
Joseph Hart, 
Joseph Flynn. 



R. Emerson, 
Dana Fay, 
John Snelling, 
Enoch W. Perry, 
Samuel Dexter, 
Benjamin Clark, 
William T. Spear, 
Frederick Emerson, 
Josiah Stickney, 
Edwin Brewer, 
James N. Staples, 
Larra Crane, 
Asa Lewis, 
Winsor Fay, 
Jonathan Simonds, 
Henry B. Smith, 
Grenville T. Winthrop, 
Charles Ewer, 
Heman Holmes, 
Seth J. Thomas, 
Daniel Ballard, 
William Simonds, 
H. Hatch, 

Thnddeus Nichols, Jr 
T. Gould, 
Holmes Hinckley, 
N. F. Ames, 
C. Parker, 
Solon Jenkins. 




awsMMiauMNNr ^s^asjsw. 



FOR GOVERNOR. 

MARCUS MORTON 



FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR. 

NATHAN WILLIS 



For Representative to Congress from District No. 1. 

BRADFORD SUMNER, Esq. 



For State Senators,— Suffolk County. 
CALEB EDDY, CHARLES G. GREENE, 

STEPHEN CHILD, LARRA CRANE, 

JACOB STEARNS, JACOB AMEE. 



For Representatives. 

Henry Leeds, Edward Cruft, Jr. 



Joseph Bassett, 
Joseph Hart, 
Stephen Locke, 
Z. L. Raymond, 
Lewis Josselyn, 
Dexter Dickinson, 
John Hobbs, 
Samuel Emmes, 
James H. Dudley, 
Dexter Follctt, 
John M. Barnard, 
Benajah Brigham, 
James Cheever, 
George Barstow, 
Hezekiah R. Allen, 
John G. Flagg, 
Louis Dennis, 
N. P. Snelling, 
John Hevves, 
Moses Mellen, 
A. W. Thaxter, Jr. 
Jonathan Davis, 
William Ingalls, 
Edward Fillebrown, 
< hi ilcs L. Brigham, 
William Ward, 
H. Weutworth, 



Joel Thayer, 
Ebenezer May, 
Benjamin H. Brown, 
Lambert Maynard, 
Benjamin F. Hallett, 
Calvin Aikin, 
Joshua Sears, 
Charles C. Paine, 
C. A. Macomber, 
Isaac Emery, 
Jonathan Prescott, 
N. Frothingham, 2d. 
James Dennison, 
Seth J. Thomas, 
Peter S. Wheelock, 
John T. Dingley, 
Samuel Clapp, j"r. 
John Stevens, 
George Savage, 
George Hills, 
Isaac Adams, 
Eben Jackson, 
Alphens Stetson, 
Solon Jenkins, 
Benjamin Whittcmore, 
John Glazier, 
Guy C. Haynes. V 




2>2J3a<D(BIBil^at(9 R&ONRIN& 



FOR GOVERNOR. 

MARCUS MORTON. 



FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR. 

NATHAN WILLIS. 



For Representative to Congress from District No. I. 

BRADFORD SUMNER, Esq. 



For State Senators,— Suffolk Count v. 

CALEB EDDY, CHARLES G. GREENE, 

STEPHEN CHILD, LARRA CRANE, 
JACOB STEARNS, JACOB AMEE. 



Henry Leeds, 
Joseph Bassett, 
Joseph Hart, 
Stephen Locke, 
Z. L Raymond, 
Lewis Josselyn, 
Dexter Dickinson, 
John Hobbs, 
Samuel Emmes, 
James H. Dudley, 
Dexter Follett, 
John M. Barnard, 
Benajah Brigham, 
James Cheever, 
George Barstow, 
Hezekiah R. Allen, 
John G. Flagg, 
Louis Dennis, 
N. P. Snelling, 
John Hewes, 
Moses Mellen, 
A. W. Thaxter, Jr. 
Jonathan Davis, 
William Ingalls, 
Edward Fillebrown, 
Chas. L. Brigham, 
William Ward, 
H. Wenthworth, 



For Representatives. 

Edward Cruft, Jr. 
Joel Thayer, 
Ebenezer May, 
Benj. H. Brown, 
Lambert Maynard, 
Benj. F. Hallett, 
Calvin Aikin, 
Joshua Sears, 
Charles C. Paine, 
C. A. Macomber, 
Isaac Emery, 
Jonathan Prescott, 
N. Frothingham, 2d. 
James Dennison, 
Seth J. Thomas, 
Peter S. Wheelock, 
John T. Dingley, 
Samuel Clapp, Jr. 
John Stevens, 
George Savage, 
George Hills, 
Isaac Adams, 
Eben Jackson, 
Alpheus Stetson, 
Solon Jenkins, 
Benjamin Whitt«taore, 
John Glazier, 
Guy C. Haynai. 



LIBERTY TICKET. 



PROTECTION TO MAN I 

For Governor, 

SAMUEL E. SEWALL, 

O/ Roxhury. 



For Lieutenant Governor, 

JOHN M. BREWSTER, 

O/ PiilsfteM. 

Foil Representative to Congress, 

JAMES IKE. WHITON. 



For Senators, 



Elizur Wrieht, 



Stephen P. Andrews, 
Timothy Gilbert, 

Win. C. Brown, of Chelsea. 



Dexter S. King. 



For 

Richard Hildrcth, 
John Gove, . 
Simeon Palmer, 
William II. Brooks 
William H. Dodge, 
Henry 1. Bdwditch, 
Eli Noyes, 
William A. Holland, 
Francis W. Newton, 
Alonzo Stewart, 
James Campbell, 
Robert Foster, 
John Dickinson, 
William II. Jameson, 
Joseph Robbins, East 
John Augustus, 
Clement Drew, 
John Stacy Kimball, 



Representatives. 

Dexter Dickinson, 
Henry Saftbrd, 
Joseph K. Miller, 
Thomas R. Kimball, 
An nis Merrill, 
Asa D. Hatch, 
Tenney K. Gage, 
Josiah Chandler, 
James Hickman, 
Benjamin A. Eaton, 
Augustus Durunt, 
Willis Howes, 
Charles C. Barry, 
Albert J. Wright, 
Boston. Thomas Gould, 

Henry Robinson, 
Samuel H. Fawcctt. 



Sir, — A Meeting of the Ward and County 
Committees will be held at No. 4, Merchants 
Hall, this evening (Dec. 6.)! at 7 o'clock 

A punctual attendance is requG5t«d< 

Abner Childs. Jh. Secretary. 



FOR CONGRESS. 1st District. 

Amasa Walker. 



etrcular. 

Dear Sir, 

At a Meeting of the Anti-Masonic Citizens of District No. 1, held at the Old 
Common Council Boom, on the 17th ult. AMASA WALKER was unanimously nomina- 
ted a candidate for Congress, to be supported by the Anti-Masonic Party at the ap- 
proaching election. You are respectfully requested to give your attendance at the 
POLL, on Monday next, 6th inst. 

Per Order, of the Committee. 



SIR, 

You are respectfully invited to deposit the en- 
closed vote in the ballot box on Monday, the J Oth 
insl. and use your influence to elect to Congress a prac- 
tical man. instead of either Lawyer Gorham or Gen- 
eral Lyman, who have no feelings in common with the 
people. Mr. Walker possesses solid acquirements, 
active business habits and talents of a high order. — 
He is a Working-many a friend to the " middling inter- 
est," opposed to aristocratic monopolies, and to all 
secret, oath bound combination*. To the polls, and 
give him your suffrage. 



LIBERTY TICKET. 



PROTECTION TO MAW!! 




For Governor, 

SAMUEL E. SEWALL, of Maiden. 

For Lieutenant Governor, 

JOHN m. BREWSTER, of Pimfkld. 

For Senators, 

Timothy Gilbert, James M. Whiton, 

Phineas Crandell, Elizur Wright, 

Wm. C. Brown, of Chelsea. 



For Representatives, 



Richard Hildreth, 
Dexter S. King, 
John Dickinson, 
Henry I. Bowditch, 
Noyes P. Hawes, 
Joshua B. Holman, 
Charles C. Barry, 
Thomas Bulfinch, 
William A. Holland, 
Jesse Merrill, 
Simeon Palmer, 
Josiah Chandler, 
Albert J. Wright, 
Robert Foster, 
F. O. Grish, 
James Carpenter, 
William H. Brooks, 
Phiri'-as M. Crane, 



John Gove, 
Horace E. Smith, 
Thomas Gould, 
Sylvanus Cobb, 
Joseph K. Miller, 
William B. Dodge, 
John Augustus, 
Nathaniel Colver, 
Lyman Mason, 
Annis Merrill, 
Frederick Crafts, 
Eli Noyes, 

William H. Jameson, 
John Putnam, 
Dexter Dickinson, 
Enoch Hoag, 
George Marsh. 



DEMOCRATIC TICKET. 



For Electors of President and Vict President 

At Larse. 

3ETH WHITMARSH, of Sekonk. 
NATHAN WILLJS, of Pittsfield. 

For Districts. 

So. 1— CALEB EDDY, of Boston. 
«< 3— ROBERT RANTOUL, of Beverly. 
«« 3^ JOSEPH KITTREDGE.of Andover. 
'« 4— FRANCIS TUTTLE, of Acton. 
« 5— SAMUEL TAYLOR, of Sutton. 
" 6— SAMUEL C. ALLEN, oi Northfield. 
<« 7— JOSEPH FITCH, of New Marlborough- 
«« 6— HARVEY CHAPIN, of Springfield. 
« 9-BENJAMIN P. WILLIAMS, of Roxbury. 
a 10— NATHAN C. BROWNELL, of Westport. 
■' 11— THOMAS MANDELL, of New Bedford. 
12-rrJABEZ P. THOMPSON, of Halifax. 



For Governor, 

MARCUS MORTON. 

For Iiieiit. Governor, 

WILLIAM FOSTER. 



T?me ^e^TCrSeatfttive to Congress. 
AM AS A WALKER- 



Democratic Republican 
TICKET. 




FOR GOVERNOR, 



ISAAC DAVIS. 



FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, 

GEORGE HOOD 



FOR REPRESENTATIVE TO CONGRESS, 

PETER T. HOMER. 



For Senators, 

James Cheever, John T. Heard, 
John A. Bolles, William Washburn, 
Edward A. Raymond. 



For Representatives , 



John Albree, 
Joseph Ballard, 
Aaron Bancroft, 
Perkins Boynton, 
George B. Bradford, 
Lemuel A. Cooledge, 
Daniel Cragin, 
John Davenport, 
Isaac Emery, 
Thomas French, 
Curtis Haven, 
Joshua Jenkins, 
John S. Jenness, 
Ephraim Marston, 
Pearl Martin, 
William Mitchell. 
Charles Mayo, 
Charles Mead , 



Ephraim Milton, 
Marcus Morton, jr. 
John Noble, 
Silas Peirce, 
Thomas W. Peirce, 
Freeborn F. Raymond, 
Thomas Reed, 
Benjamin Remick, 
James G. Sanderson, 
James Y. Smith, 
Jeremiah Smith, 
Albert Smith, jr. 
James Stevens, 
Calvin Swallow, 
Daniel Taylor, 
James Whiting; 
Charles L. Woodbury. 



INDEPENDENT 

WHIG TICKET. 

T RIKTH, JUSTICE, PEACE ! 

For Governor, 

George N. Briggs, 

OF PITTSFIELD. 
For Lieutenant Governor, 

John Reed, 

OF YARMOUTH. 
For Representative to Congress, 

SAMU'L. O. HOWE. 

of Boston*. 

For Senators, 

JOHN C. GRAY, WILLIAM T. EUSTIS, 

THOMAS G. CARY, JAMES CLARK, 

GEORGE T. BIGELOW. 

For Representatives, 
Wm. T. Andrews, George H. Kuhn, 

Joseph Bell, Frederick W. Lincoln, Jr., 

Albert Bowker, Elijah Mears, 

Asa Brown, Caleb Metcalf, 

Ephraim Buck, John P. Ober, 

Lemuel Capen, William Palfrey, 

Nathaniel W. Coffin, Wm. Parker, (Boylston st.) 

Charles Edward Cook, Henry Plympton, 
George W. Crockett, (Mt. Benjamin P. Richardson, 

Vernon street.) Benjamin Seaver, 

Francis B. Crowningshield, Charles B. Shaw, 
Henry Edwards, Benjamin Smith, (Ward 2,) 

Kimball Gibson, Thomas Tolman, 

Joel Giles, Samuel Topliff, 

John Green, Jr., W. R. P. Washburn, 

William Hayden, Fletcher Webster, 

Geo. E. Head, Charles A Wells, 

Sewall Kendall, William Willett. 




SOIL TICKET. 




For Governor, 

STEPHEN C. PHILLIPS, 

OF SALEM. 



For Lieutenant Governor, 

JOHN MILLS, 

OF SPRINGFIELD. 



For Representative to Congress, 

CHARLES SUMNER, of Boston, 

For Senators, 

WILLIAM B. SPOONER, 
BRADFORD SUMNER, 
TIMOTHY GILBERT, 
WILLIAM WASHBURN, 
RICHARD H. DANA, JR. 



For IKeoresentatives 

John A. Andrew, 
I ',li. in-, i Alkiii-. 
Samuel I). Bates, 
Henry I. Bowdiich. 
Thomas T. Bouve 3 
Lemuel ( lapen, 
William F. Channing, 
William (.'lark. ('';;,"; ) 
Theodore D. Cook' 
William J. Dale, 
William Dall, 
Daniel Dai 
James Egan, 
Milton Gale, 
John Gove, 
Sidnej Homei 
Albert H. Kelsey, 
Dexter S. King, 



to the General Court, 

( Jharles List, 

Pearl -Martin, 
Mellen, 
Norton Newcomb. 
George N. Nichols, 
John A. Nowell, 
. i bner Phelps, 
! null Ritchie, 
I aac Totman, Jr., 
Henry P.Trask, 
I »avid \ iall', 

I ;i W M Mil. 

Elizui Wr\gh\ 
\ i arren J. Whitney, 
J tmes M. VVhiton, 
Silas W. Wilder, 
Albert J. Wright. 



Anti-monopoly 



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EQU^L LAWS— EQUAL RIGHTS— FREE BfflDGE— 
FREEDOM OF SPEECH— £ND NU IMPRISONMENT 
FOR DEBT. 



ttlll till! /-/f.\ VJl, 

Creorge Bancroft. 



FOR hlEVT. aOt r ElljVOU, 
\VI I.I.I A At lOSU.i: 



Alex* H. Everett, 



Simon $£. Shipley, 
Ibarra Crane, 
Ellis Gray Lioring, 



FOR REP 
Ed .11'. I A . Raymond 
Dexter Dickinson (Wai 'I 
( leorge l)a\ is 
Ar.i.l II. Wood 
( leorge IV. Light 

Samuel 1 ) :i r! i 1 1 ■ : 
( iCOrgC XV ■ l!.i'/iii 

Francis A, Sawyer 
Beuj miiii F I lallcl i 
Samuel Bnssett 
Josse |: H holder 
Siinnii lv • M ••wins 
Robert Cowden 
Charles A. Macomb er 
J. P. Farmer 
Moses Ordway 
Rber Parker 
Ephraim Milton 
Luke Brown 
Nathaniel F. Ames 
John B. Meserve 
Moses Mellen 
John Turner 
Moses I lunt 
Henry Birbeck 
Samuel E. Sewall " 
A. J. P. Whiteomb 
Levi Abel 

John V. Champney 
Horace W. Brown 
William Richardson 
Thomas Could 
George P. Milne 
Edwin Brown 
.folm D. Gove. 
Theophilus Fisk 



RESENTAT1VES, 

l)iinlj;ir 15. Harris 
G.J Sumner Crosby 
(; . T. Winthrop 
Moses F. Slimpson 
Amos Q,uimby 
Lemuel dishing 
Samuel \ irgin 
William Spurred 
** Heman Holmes 
Royal L. Porter 
Joseph Holbrook 
J e Her son French 

- Romanes Emerson 
Charles Kupfer 

- John Cutts Smith 
Enoch II. Snelling 

— Benjamin V. French 
Jaceb Stearns 
Thomas Mollis 

N. P. Snelling 
John Hunt 
William Washburn 
John Peeler 

— Abncr C'hihls, Jr. 
A. L. Haskell 
Prcscott Rice 
James G. Sanderson 

- David II. Williams 

— George Sutherland 
Edward Thorndikc 
Samuel Prince 
George Everett 
Charles Dwelly 
Enos Wilder 

J D Howard, Jr. 
Samuel Gushing. 



Tot Senators, 
JOSIAH DUNHAM, 
CHARLES 'G. GREENE, 
B. F. HALLETT, 
SAMUEL DEXTER, 
HORATIO SHIPLEY, 
IVCOB STEARNS. 



FOR REPRESENTATIVES, 



Jacob Amec, 
"Nathaniel F. Ames, 
"Wm. Aiken, 
Benajah Brigham, 
"Wm. J. A. Bradford, 
David Barnard, 
-Jeremiah Briggs, 

Wm. Beals, 
Ezekiel Bates, 
B. D. Baxter, 
Larra Crane, 
Edward Cruft, Jr. 
David Chamberlin, 
Francis S. Carruth, 
Stephen Child, 
Daniel Dickinson, 
Theodore Dexter, 
Jonathan Dow, 
CharleB Ewer, 
-John Freeman, 
Oliver Fletcher, 
Ebenezer Stevens, 
Harrison Fay, 
John Gordon, 
Thomas Gould, 
John L. Gardner, 
Perez Gill, 
Aaron Guild, 
Thomas Holland, 
Holmes Hinckley, 

• George Hills, 

• Guy C. Haynes, 
Hem an Holmes, 
Franklin Haven, 

-John M. Hewea, 
Thomas Hunt, 
Mark Healey, 



John Hewes, 
Thomas Hollis, 
Gustavus Horlon, 
William O. Haskell, 
Joseph Hoi brook, 
William C. Jenkins, 
Ebenezer Jackson, 
Lewis Josselyn, 
Elias Kinsley, 
Asa Lewis, 
George W. Light, 
Truman Stowe, 
Bela Marsh, 
Ephraim Milton, 
Moses Mellen, 
Charles A. Mncomber 
George P. Milne, 
John B. Messerve, 
Thaddeus Nich ,1s, 
Stephen W. Olney, 
Moses Ordway, 
William Peny, 
Samuel Prince, 
Robert Ripley, 
Joseph Ripley, 
Simon G. Shipley, 
James Stevens, 
Henry B. Smith, 
John Stevens, 
Alphcus Stetson, 
Amasa G. Smith, 
-Joel Thayer, 
John W. Trull, 
Edward Thcrndike, 
Joseph Wyeth, 
Benjamin Willis, 
Benjamin Whittemore, 



Amendment of* the Congtitutii 

YJEA. 




ipor (Sobcruor, 

HON. JOHN BAILEY. 

iFov 2Lfeut. <£otomiot% 
HON. GEORGE ODIORNE. 

FOR SENATORS, 
JOIIiV D. WILLIAMS, 

jacob ii am, 
johx w. james, 
ichabod macoiiker, 
simon g. shipley, 
william s. wait. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES, 



Daniel Weld, 
Joel Thayer, 
Perez Gill, 
Sargent S. Littlehale, 
Gideon Vinal, 
Benjamin F. Hallett, 
Lemuel dishing, 
Benjamin Willis, 
Nathaniel F. Ames, 
Caleb Eddy, 
Windsor Fay, 
Asa Lewis, (Ward 4,) 
Edwin Brown, 
Heman Holmes, 
Jonathan Simonds, 
Samuel Dexter, 
Dunbar B. Harris, 
Ebenezer Hayward, 
Moses Mellen, 
Jeremiah Hill, 
Jospph V. Bacon, 
Eber Parker, 
Charles Ewer, 
F "\ Perry, 
Romanus Emerson, 
Henry Hatch, 
Moses Miller, 
Solon Jenkins, 
Larra Crane, 
Henry B. Smith, 
Joseph Hart, 
Thaddeus Nichols, Jr. 
Daniel Ballard, 
Alex. H. Everett, 



George W. Smith, 
Jacob Flynn, 
Thomas Gould, 
Alexander H. Wood, 
Holmes Hinckley, 
William Simonds, 
Thomas Vo.ve, 
Timothy Gilbert, 
John Peirce, (Ward 7.) 
William T. Spear, 
George Sutherland, 
Noah Lincoln, 
Jesse Batchelder, 
Jonathan French, 
Ammi C. Lombard, 
Joshua C. Bates, 
Aaron Hale, 
Tilley Brigham, 
Joseph Woodcock, 
Daniel Gregg, 
John Gulliver, 
Fiederick Emerson, 
Seth J. Thomas, 
Joshua Chamberlain, 
Benjamin Comey, 
Thatcher Rich Raymond, 
John Dodd, 
John Sullivan, 
Jacob Pike, 
Daniel Dickinson, 
Jacob Steams, 
Franklin Haven, 
Samuel Gale. 



For Representative to Congress, 

AMASA WALKER. 



WARD 1. 

fosopl) F. White, Druggist, 



Norton Ncwcomb, 
Eliae W. Goddard, 
Noiih K. Skinnor, 
Win. M. Steele, 
John Starrett, 
Edward Bcechor, 



Shoes, 

Cooper, 

Tailor, 

Provisions, 

Carpenter, 

Clergyman. 



WARD '. 



.i.lni \ . Nnwell, 
Martin Bird, 
Win. W. Marjoram, 
Chas. E. Jenkins, 



W. I. Goods, 
Cigars, 

( 'imfrrlioner. 
Blinds. 



WARD 3. 



- Pearl Martin, 
Marcus A. Metcalf, 
Micah Dyer, 
Rollin II. Neal, 



Carpi tings, 

Junk, 
Clergyman. 



WARD 4. 



I3enj. 15. Mussey, 


Bookseller, 


David II. Williams, 


Ship Spifa i 


Wm. J. Dale, 


Physician, 


John W. Sullivan, 


Broker, 


.Jm,-. James W. Stone, 

Roland Worlliington, 
Wm Clark 


Physician, 


Publisher, 

I I'OVI */'* ft s , 


James Egan, 


Counsellor, 


Milton J. Stone, 


Real Estatt 


Simeon Palmer, 


Tailor, 


irge Peirce, 


Clerk, 


Samuel Gregg, 


Physician. 


WARD s. 




Horatio G. K. Calef, 


( 'out. Merchant 


Ulen < '. Spooner, 


Counsellor, 


l-.i.if Cushing, 


fa! lor. 


Vlbcr) II. Kelsey, 


Houst wrighl. 






WARD 6. 

Moses Mcllen, Furnilun , 

Isaac 'Potman, Jr. i 'arpentt i . 

Marcus Morton. Jr. ( 'ounsellor, 

Daniel Davies, Houst u right , 

iftrttbi n Bolles, BfOkeY, 

Otis Turner, Cashier, 

Wm. F. Channing, ( 'hemist, 
Wm. II. Guild, 

Dummer R. Chapman, Broker, 

Waldo Higginaon, /,'. 11. Agent, 

Samuel Neal, Housewright, 

—•Samuel (J. Bowdlear, Flour, 

' Samuel Snowdon, { 'lergyman. 



WARD 7. 

Sidney Homer, Importer, 

Vnibaiiu I Colver, Clergyman, 

Henry T. Parker, Counsellor. 



Francis L. Capen, 
Elizur Wright, 



Teacher, 
Editor. 



WARD 8. 

N. Davies Cotton, Stationer, 

Elbridge G. Alden, Oil. 



WARD 0. 




Warren J. Whitney, 


Physic in a. 


Henry I. Bowditch, 


ii 


Geo. Howland, 


Oil, 


Geo. F. Williams, 


Flour, 


Chas. G. Davis, 


Counsellor. 


Ephrairu Allen, 


Woollens, 


John C. Adams, 


Counsellor. 


Jonas Fitch, 


Hbusewrighl, 


Nathaniel C. Nash, 


W. I. Goods, 



WARD 10. 

John Gove, Clothing, 

Thomas T. Bouve, Com. Mer., 

Win. A. Holland, Baths, 

Wm. Bates, Counsellor. 

Emery B. Fay, Architect, 

Samuel Wales, Jr. Furnilun . 

Bradford Sumner, Counsellor, 

Joseph Banvard, Clergyman. 

Vudrew L. Stone, 

\ i»" Ciimmings, W. I. Goods, 

V.inos Coolidge, W.I. Goods, 

John \i. Emmons, W, I. Goods 



WARD 11 


• 


Milton Gale, 


Oil, 


- Wm. Dall, 




Stephen Child, 


Wood, 


< 'harlcs C. Barry, 
Horrace Thurston, 


Book keepci 
Physician, 


Charles W. Slack, 


Printer, 


John T. Sargent, 
«* Silas W. Wilder, 


Clergyman, 
Editor, 


George Adams, 


Publish r. 


John Favor, 


Stairs, 


Robert K. Potter, 


Publisher , 


Edward Edmunds, 


Clergyman. 



WARD 12, SOUTH B0S1UV 



Lemuel Capen, 


Clergyman 


Albert J. Wright, 


Editor, 


Caleb Gill, 


Boo!.- • i . 


Thoo. D. Cook, 


Clergyman 


Thos. Adams, 


Hats, 


fohn Putnam, 


Prim 



EAST BOSTON. 

Ebenezer Atkins, Merchant 

I ami "• M. Whiton, 

-m lv. inns Colili, Jr. Editoi 

l"-.'|.li Kol.l.ins, Wood !7ii 



INDEPENDENT 





.iiuiimiv ivtiiuiivu 

FOR WARD 11. 




for mayor, 



J. V. C. SMITH. 



NtNIAN C. BETTON. 
WILLIAM ELLISON. 
CHARLES B. GOODRICH, 
SAMUEL HAL 



FRANCIS RIC 
JOHN C. PILLS 



h 

.SLjj 



FOR ALDERMEN, 

ROBERT COWDEN 
MOSES MILLER 
SIMEON PALMER. 
S. S. PERKINS. 



OR COMMON COUNCIL, 
DS. I WILLIAM BECK. 

RY. JOHN W. F. HOBB> 

FOR WARDEN. 
J. 9. A. CONERY. 

FOR CLERK, 
JAMES FO,LSOM. 

FOR SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 
ALVAH HOBBS. | J. T.SARGENT 



FOR OVERSEER OF THE POOR, 
WILLIAM WILLETT. 



FOR INSPECTORS. 
LEWIS WENTWORTH. I CHAALES D. COLE 

WM. B. MAY. I DAVID W. CLARK. 

J. W. T. STODDER. 




REGULAR 

WHIG TICKET 

For Mayor, 

Benjamin Seaver. 

For Aldermen, 
JACOB SLEEPER, , 
BENJAMIN L. ALLEN, 
LYMAN PERRY. 



Free Discussion Ticket 
No Mobs, Wo Gag-Laws 

1 .i^ AL LAWS— EQUAL RIGHTS— FREE BRIDGE- 

1REED0M OF SPEECH-AND NO IMPRISONMENT 

FOR DEBT. 



FOR GOVERNOR, 



C.EORGE BANCROFT. 

FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, 
WILLIAM FOSTER. 

FOR SENATORS, 
Alex* H. Everett, 
John W. James, 
Ainasa Walker, 
Simon G. Shipley, 
Larra Crane, 
Ellis Gray Loring, 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES, 
WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON, 



Samuel E. Sewall 

Dexter Dickinson (Ward 6. 

George Davis 

Arad II. Wood 

George W. Light 

Samuel Darlin? 

George W. Bazin 

Francis A. Sawyer 

Benjamin F. Hnliett 

Samuel Bassett 

Jesse Bachelder 

Simon K. Hewins 

Robert Cowdcn 

Charles A. Macomber 

John P. Farmer 

Moses Ordwny 

Eber Parker 

Ephraim Milton • 

Luke Brown 

Nathaniel F. Ames 

John B. Meserve. 

Moses Mellon 

John Turner 

Moses Hunt 

Henry Birbeck 

Edward A. Raymond 

A. J. P. Whitcomb 

Levi Abell 

John Y. Champney 

Horace W. Brown 

William Richardson 

Thomas Gould 

Dunbar B, Harris 

George P. Milne 

Edwin Brown 



Theophilus Fisk 
Sumner Crosby 
G. T. Winthrop 
John D. Gove 
Amos Quimby 
Lemuel Gushing 
Samuel Virgin 
William Sparrell 
Heman Holmes 
Royal L. Porter 
Joseph Holbrook 
Jefferson French 
Romanus Emerson 
Charles Kupfer 
John Cutts Smith 
Enoch H. Snelling 
Benjamin V. French 
Jacob Stearns 
Thomas Hollis 
N. P. Snelling 
John Hunt 
William Washburn 
John Peeler 
Abner Childs, Jr. 
A. L. Haskell 
Prescott Rice 
James G. Sandersoi' 
David H.Williams 
George Sutherland 
Edward Thorndike 
Samuel Prince 
George Everett 
Charles Dwelly 
Enos Wilder 
J. D. Howard, Jr. 
Samuel Cuahing. 



Free Bridge 

AND NON-IMPRISONMENT 

TICKET. 



FOR GOVERNOR. 

SAMUEL T. ARMSTRONG, 

FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, 

WILLIAM FOSTER 

FOR SENATORS, 

Alex. H. Everett, 
John W. James, 
Amasa Walker, 
Simon €r. Shipley, 
Earra Crane, 
Ellis Gray Eoring. 



FOR REP 

Samuel E. Sewall 
Dexter Dickinson (Ward 
George Davis 
Arad H. Wood 
George W. Light 
Samuel Darling 
George W. Bazin 
Francis A. Sawyer 
Benjamin F. Ilallett 
Samuel Bassctt 
Jesse Bachelder 
Simon K. Hewins 
Robert Cowden 
Charles A. Maeombcr 
John P. Farmer 
Moses Ordway 
Eber Parker 
Ephraim Milton 
Luke Brown 
Nathaniel F. Ames 
John B. Meyer vc. 
Moses Mellon 
John Turner 
Moses Hunt 
Henry Bhbeck 
Edward A. Raymond 
A. J.P. Wkitcomb 
Levi Abell 
John Y. Champney 
Horace W. Brown 
William Richardson 
Thomas Gould 
Dunbar B, Harris 
George P. Milne 
Edwin Brown 
Moses F. Stimpson 



RESENTATIVES, 

— John Cutts Smith 
6.) Sumner Crosby 

G. T. Winthrop 

— John D. Gove 
Amos Quimby 
Lemuel Cushing 
Samuel Virgin 
William Sparrell 

•* II cman Holmes 
Royal L. Porter 
Joseph Holbrook 
Jefferson French 

— - Romanus Emerson 
Charles Kupfcr 
Theophilus Fisk 
Enoch II. Snclling 

— Benjamin V. French 
Jacob Stearns 
Thomas Mollis 

N. P. Snelling 

John Hunt 

William Washburn 

John Peeler 
•*■ Abner Childs, Jr. 

A. L. Haskell 

Prcscott Rice 

James G. Sanderson 
— David H.Williams 
•— George Sutherland 

Edward Thorndike 

Samuel Prince 

George Everett 

Charles Dwelly 

Enos /rildcr 

J. D. Howard, Jr. 

Samuel Cushing. 




PLATFORM 



OP THE 

COUNTY SENATORIAL UJVIOJVS. 



The Senatorial tickets have been nominated upon the basis laid down in the 
following Preamble and Resolution, passed by the Free Soil Conventions, and 
accepted by the Democratic Conventions : — 

Wfiereas, Owing to the Constitutional mode in electing SENATORS in this 
Commonwealth, there have resulted great inequalities of representation — 
at the last session of the Legislature, a MAJORITY of more than 12,000 
votes having FAILED TO RETURN A SINGLE MEMBER TO THE 
SENATE — and 

Whereas, The Whig party, controlled and directed by the aionied interests 
of the Commonwealth, is enabled, under tho present system, though in a minori- 
ty, to wield the whole Executive and Legislative authority of the State, through 
the division which exists in the ranks of its opponents — and 

Whereas, There happily exists at present a good degree of harmony in the 
views of the Democracy and Free Democracy in reference to MEASURES of state 
policy : — Therefore, and to the end of availing ourselves of tho just rights of 
majorities, and of remedying the burthensome inequalities of Representations, 
which threaten, under the present system, to become perpetual, — we do con- 
sent — first declaring our purpose to preserve our own separate organiza- 
tion, and maintain the integrity of our principles — to act with the De- 
mocratic party in support of " good men and true " as candidates for tho 
Senate, who shall be selected by the two Conventions, as being tvorthy to pro- 
mote the common views and principles winch these Conventions represent. 

The leading ideas of the Free Soil Party on matters of State Policy, arc — to 
prescribe some limits to the power of corporations ; to divide the State into 
proper Senatorial Districts ; and to secure to the people the secrecy of tho 
Ballot Box. 

The Democratic party entertain similar ideas. To realize them by legislation, 
as far as may be, both parties have united on Senatorial Tickets. 



tch governor 

SAMUEL LATHROl 

FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

TIMOTHY FULLER. 

FOR SENATORS 

John D. Williams George Odiornc 

Jacob Hall Samuel A. Wells 

Ichabod Macombcr Amasa Walker 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry Sargent 
William Foster 
Benjamin Bangs 
R. D. Shepherd 
George Hallet 
Joseph V. Bacon 
Edmund Wright 
Tilly Brigham 
Jonathan French 
Daniel Ballard 
Mace Tisdale 
William Ritchie 
Parker H. Pierce 
Thomas Vose 
Noah Lincoln 
John W. Bradlee 
John Fenno 
Simon G. Shipley 
John Sullivan 
Ephraim Dana 
Benjamin Willis 
Daniel Weld 
Silas P. Tarbell 
Sargent S. Littlehale 
joh» Burroughs 
i^aniel Gregg 
Caleb Stimson 
George Sutherland 
Newell Withington 
John Gulliver 
Caleb Pratt 
Perez Gill 



Stephen White 
Jonathan P. Stcari 
Ezra Chamberlin 
Nathaniel Budd 
Daniel Noyes 
Silas Pei'rce 
Nathaniel Fisher / 
Sidney Bartlett 
Jeremiah Hill 
John B. Tremerc 
Otis Tileston 
Isaac Rhoades 
Joseph Lewis 
Thomas A. Davis 
Joseph Hart 
Asa Lewis 
Levi Bliss 
Larra Crane 
Stillman Willis 
Joshua C. Bales 
Joseph Woodcock 
Benjamin Comey 
Ebenezcr Hay wan 
Romanus Emerson 
T. R. Marvin 

David Vinal 
Joshua Chamberlin 
Nathaniel Howard 
Benjamin Winslow 
John Dodd 
John Harmon 



For Aldermen, 

SIMON G. SHIPLEY, THOMAS GAFFIELD 
ENOCH R SNELLING SILAS PEIRCE, 
JAMES CHEEVER, SETH ADAMS, 

MOSES MELLEN, GEORGE SAVAGE. 



FOR WARDEN, 

Joel Wheeler. 



FOR CLERK, 

James D. Kent. 



FOR COMMON COUNCILMEN, 

William Dall, 1 Edward S. Erving, 

Isaac Cary, | Greenleaf C. Sanborn. 



FOR INSPECTORS, 



Lewis Wentworth, 
Joshua S. Bosworth, 
James S. Marble, 



Geo. O. Frothingham, 
Francis Richards. 



FOR SCHOOL COMMITTEE, 

John T. Sargent, | William Brigham. 



FOR OVERSEER OF THE POOR, 

William Willett. 



DEMOCRATIC TICKET. 




WARD 11. 

For Mayor, 

BRADFORD SUMNER. 

For Aldermen, 

SIMON G. SHIPLEY, THOMAS GAFFIELD. 
ENOCH H. SNELLING SILAS PEIRCE, 
JAMES CHEEVER, SETH ADAMS, 

MOSES MELLEN, GEORGE SAVAGE. 



For Warden, 

FRANCIS H. P. HOMP 1 ^ 



WARD 12. 

For Mayor, 

GEORGE ODIORNE. 

For Aldermen, 
SAMUEL A. ELIOT. 
ICHABOD MACOMBER, 
HENRY HATCH, 
NATHANIEL FISHER AMES, 
NATHAN GURNEY, 
LEMUEL GUSHING, 
JACOB FLINN, 
BENJAMIN WILLIS. 

Warden, 
JOSEPH DALL. < 
Cleric, 
DANIEL F. CHILD. 
Inspectors, 
B. B. KENT, 
F. H. P. HOMER, 
WILLIAM TRUMBULL, 
BENJAMIN G. WILDER, 
JEREMIAH M. MACE. 

Common Council, 
JAMES BLAKE, 
SAMUEL GALE, 
GEORGE SAVAGE, 
SOLON JENKINS. 

School Commit tt i , 

DAVID LEE CHILD. 

Overseer »/ the Poor, 
ALVAN SIMONDS. 




FOR MAYOR, 

Frederic W; Lincoln, Jr 



FOR 

SAMUEL D. CRANE, 
JONAS FITCH, 
NATHANIEL C. NASH, 
GEO. W. MESSENGER, 
JOHN S. TYLER, 
EDWARD F. PORTER, 



ALDERMEN, 

DANIEL DAVIES, 
GILBERT WAIT, 
CHARLES W. SLACK, 
THOMAS GAFFIELD, 
NOAH MAYO, Jr. 
BENJAMIN JAMES, 



WARD FIVE. 



For Common Council, 

W. A. FIELDS, SmTEFKT' 

CLEMENT WILLIS, JOHN CO LBERT. 

F^witaT" 7 .... C. M. LEWIS. 



W. F. WATSON. 



For Cl erk, 

For Inspectors, 

JAMES G. BASS, f^™?™' 

G. P. BATES, p - A - DOHERTY, 

O. C. LIVERMORE. 



A. A. WA'- V. 



For School Committee, 



G. F. BIGLOW. 



IEPENDENT TICKET. 




FOB GOVERNOR, 



LEWIS GAUL, 



OF BOSTON. 



FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, 



Benjamin F. Butler, 



OF LOWELL. 



For Secretary of State, 

E. S. TO BEY, 

i >i' Boston. 



For? Auditor, 

C. C. PITTS, 

Of Boston. 



For Treasurer, 

CYRUS FOSTEF 

Of Boston. 



For Attorney General, 

ROBERT MORRIS, 

Of Chelsea. 



For Councillor for District No. 1, 

PETER T. HOMER, 

Of Boston. 



For Senator for District No. 4, 

J. M. WIGHTMA.V, 

Of Boston. 



For Sheriff, 

JOHN M. CLARK, 

Of Boston. 



For District Attorney— Suffolk Dietrlot 

GEORGE P. SANGER. 

Of Boston . 



For Clerk <>i 6up*rIor Court, (civil side, 

JOSEPH A. WILLARD. 



For Commissioners ol Insolvency, 
I). C. LINSCOTT, of Chelsea. | SAMUEL WELLS, Jr., of Boston. 
WILLIAM J. FORSYTH, of Boston. 



For Representatives for District No. 9, 
FRANK H. WARD, CHARLES HAYDEN1 



Wi 



ARD NINE. 



Mun icipal Reform. 
TEMPER ANCE TI CKET. 

LAW — Executed against Drinking Houses, as it is 
against their victims. 

FOR MAYOR, 

JULIUS A. PALMER. 

FOR ALDERMEN, 

Ward 1.— BENJAMIN F. WHITTEMORE. 

2.— EBENEZER ATKINS. 

3.— MICAH DYER. 

4.— BENJAMIN L. ALLEN. 

5.— GEO. W. CHIPMAN. 

6.— HENRY EDWARDS. 

7.— ARTEMAS STONE. 

8.— CLEMENT WILLIS. 

9.— GEORGE A. CURTIS. 
10._^JOSEPH T. BAILEY. 
11.— SAMUEL D. CRANE. 
12.— HARRISON 0. BRIGGS. 

For Common Council. 

WILLIAM CARPENTER, 
L. MILES STANDISH, 
HORACE JENKINS, 
LEVI L. WILLCUTT. 

For School Committee. 

EDW. H. AMMIDOWN, 
JOHN P. PUTNAM, 

For Warden. 
CHARLES HAYDEN. 

For Clerk. 
THOMAS HELLS, Jb. 

For Inspectors. 

BENJ. F. SMITH, 
WM. P. CHERRINGTON, 
WM. HORTON, 
EDWARD R. HUNT. 
WM. D. MORRIS. 

For Overseer of the Poor. 
SETH HALL. 






KEGULAK TICKET, 



Ward 8. 



WniaiiT & Potter, Phihmrs, No. 4 Spring Lano. 





FOR 


-ALDERMEN, 


WARD 1.— ROBERT MARSH. 




WARD 7.-TH0MAS C. AMORY, JR. 


" 2 -HIRAM A. STEVENS. 




" 8.-J0HN S. TYLER. 


11 3.-S. A. DENIO. 




" 9.-L. MILES STANDISH. 


" 4.-SILAS PEIRCE. 




" 10.-M0SES CLARK. 


" 5 -OTIS NORCROSS. 




11 11 -JOSEPH F. PAUL. 


" 6.-J0SEPH L. HENSHAW. 




11 12.— SAMUEL R. SPINNEY. 



IPOR COMMON COUNCIL, 

GEORGE S. HALE, teSSfiiSstemEK, 

J. TISDALE BRADLEE, JOSEPH BUCKLEY. 

FOR SCHOOL COMMITTEE, FOR 3 YEARS, 

EDMUND T. EASTMAN, ELIJAH C. DREW. 



FOR SCHOOL COMMITTEE, TO FILL VACANCY, 

STEPHEN G. DEBLOIS. 

FOR WARDEN, 

GEORGE O. BRIGHAM. 



FOR CLERK, 

HENRY F. COE. 



FOR INSPECTORS, ^ 

GEORGE F. GAY, C&A-RLES H. BROWN, V 

ADAMS K. TOLMAN, RICHARD S. WOOD, 
DENNIS BRICKLEY. 

FOR OVERSEER OF THE POOR, 

JOHN W. WARREN. 



l % 



s 






REGULAK TICKET. 



Ward 8. 



Wiuoiit ii I'otteu, Printers, No. 4 Spring Lane. 




FOR MAYOR, 



mmm ». m%% 



FOR ALDERMEN, 



WARD 1.-8E0R8E W. PARMENTER. 
" 2.— HIRAM A. STEVENS. 
11 3.-GE0RBE W. TORREY. 
" 4.-FRANCIS E. FAXON. 
11 5.-0TIS NORCROSS. 
" 6 -JOSEPH L. HENSHAW. 



WARD 7.— THOMAS C. AMORY, JR. 
" 8.-J0NAS FITCH. 
" 9.-L. MILES STANDISH. 
" 10.-J0SEPH T. BAILEY. 
" 11. — JOSEPH F. PAUL. 
" 12.— SAMUEL R. SPINNEY. 



FOR COMMON COUNCIL, 

MORRIS C. FITCH, WINDSOR HATCH, 2d, 

FREDERICK GRANT, . JOHN S. TYLER. 

FOR SCHOOL COMMITTEE, FOR 3 YEARS, 

THOMAS M. BREWER, HENRY W. HAYNES. 

FOR SCHOOL COMMITTEE, FOR 2 YEARS, 

AUGUSTUS A. GOULD. 



FOR CLERK OF POLICE COURT, 

SETH TOBEY. 



FOR WARDEN, 

GEORGE O. BRIGHAM. 



FOR CLERK, 

HENRY F. COE. 



FOR INSPECTORS, 

ALBERT GAY, DAVID T. BUNKER, 

FRANCIS W. HATCH, BRADLEY DEAN, 

TIMOTHY BRICKLEY. 



FOR OVERSEER OF THE POOR, 

Dr. JOHN W. WARREN. 



AMERICAN TICKET 




WARD WINE. 



pon tml^.-yo**.. 



FREDERIC W. LINCOLN, JR. 



Fur Aldermen, 
JESSE HOLBROOK, ARTEMAS STONE, 

SALMA E. GOULD, 

JAMES L. HANSON, 

GEORGE W. CHIPMAN, 

FRANCIS S. CARRUTH, 

HENRY EDWARDS, 



CLEMENT WILLIS, 
GEORGE A. CURTIS, 
JOSEPH T. BAILEY, 
SAMUEL D. CRANE, 
WILLIAM W. ALLEN. 



Common Council, 

WILLIAM CARPENTFR, HORACE JENKINS, 

L. L. WILLCUTT, L. M. STANDISH. 

Warden, 

CHARLES HAYDEN. 

Clerk, 

J. L. DREW, JR. 

School Committee, 

E. B. BIGELOW 



W. BECK. 



Overseer of Poor, 

O. R. ROBBINS. 



Inspectors, 

E. R. HUNT, B. F. SMITH, 

ALBERT CARTER, CHAS. H. PRINCE, 

P. J. LEEDS. 



~%7V&LxrcL Seventeen, 





SamuelC.Cobb. 



Rockwell & Cliurchlll. Printers, 30 Arch Street. 



FOR ALDERMEN. 



George 7. Sampson. 
Liverus Hull. 
John T. Clark. 
Charles J. Prescoll. 
C/waie Burnham. 
Mvah &. Burrage. 



Solomon B. Slebbins. 
Solomon £. Woods. 



Abraham 0. Bigelow. 
William Tope. 
Nathaniel J. ffiusl 



FOR STREET COMMISSIONER, 

NEWTON TALBOT. 



WARREN FLETCHER. 
GEORGE H. PLUMMER. 
NAHUM CHAPIN. 
WM. H. FINNEY. 
JOHN G. BLAKE. 
EZRA PALMER. 
JOHN J. HAYES. 
CHARLES C. PERKINS. 



FOR SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

LUCRETIA P. HALE. 
GODFREY MORSE. 
ABBY W. MAY. 
GEORGE A. THAYER. 
WARREN P. ADAMS. 
JOHN B. MO RAN. 
CHARLES HUTCHINS. 
CHARLES L. FLINT. 



WM. H. LEARN ARD, Jr. 
LUCRh IA CROCKER. 
LUCIA X PEABODY. 
JOHN E. y FITZGERALD. 
J A JLES MOftSE. 
Fa LYMAVWINSHIP. 
JOHN E. BLAKE MO RE. 
WILLIAM T. ADAMS. 



tff 



J. Q. a. brackett. 



FOR COMMON COUNCIL, 

JOHN SWEETSER. 



EUGENE II. SAMPSON. 



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JOHN D. MAHAR. 

FOlt INSPECTORS. 

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LIYERUS HULL, 
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JULIAN O. MASON, | LEVI L. WILLCUTT. 

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GEORGE F. SIIEPARD. JOHN N. DEVEREAUX- 

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CHARLES E. DANIELS. 



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CHARLES ENDICOTT, of Canton. 



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JULIUS L. CLARKE, of Newton. 

For Attorney-General, 

CHARLES R. TRAIN, of Boston. 

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JAMES STURGIS, of Boston. 

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ISRAEL S. TRAFTON. 

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J. E. FITZGEKALD. 



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For Treasurer and Receiver General, 

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JAME8 F. FARLEY, . of Boston. 

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FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, 
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JOHN K. TARBOX, . of Lawrence. 

For Treasurer and Receiver General, 

LEVI HEYWOOD, . . of Gardner. 

For Auditor of Accounts, 

PHINEAS ALLEN, . of Pittsfield. 

For Attorney Ceneral, 

CHARLES ALLEN, . . of Boston. 
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JOHN K. TARBOX, . of Lawrence. 

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LEVI HEYWOOD, . . of Gardner. 

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PHINEAS ALLEN, . of Pittsfield. 

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CHARLES ALLEN, . . of Boston. 
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PETER HARVEY, of Boston 

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JAMES F. FARLEY, of Boston 

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ALONZO M. GILES, of Boston- 

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Presidential Electors. 

. , \ MOLLIS R. GR W. I The Boanerges of the 

' - ■ ( MOLLIS R. GRAY, I Republican Party. 

1st. Dist. IIOLLls R. GRAY, Who [irsl uses, then abuses his 

[Mends. 

2nd Dist. MOLLIS R.GRAY, Wl saus mischief. 

3rd Mist. MOLLIS K. GRAY. Who don't mean to be laughed at. 
HI. Dist MOLLIS R. GRAY, Whose political promises are 

ropes ci' -Mini. 
•".Hi Dist. MOLLIS R. GRAY, \\ lio is all things to all men. that 

lie may thereby sell goods. 
GthDist. IKH.LIS R.GRAY, Who " don't like Grant." 
TthDist, MOLLIS R.GRAY, Who " won't vote for Greeley." 
8th Dist. MOLLIS l,'. GRAY, Who denounces all tricks in politics 
'.ML Dist. MOLLIS R. GRAY, Who never resorted to any himself. 
loth Dist. MOLLIS R. GRAY, AVI... never wanted office. 
mil Dist. MOLLIS R. GRAY, Anything to beat Grant. 

Representative to Congress, 3d District, 
MOLLIS R. GRAY, The greal Political Purifier. 



FOR GOVERNOR, 

MOLLIS |{. GRA1 , wl,,. had better learn (-• govern himself. 

For Lieut. Govenor, 
MOLLIS R. GRAY, Who uever kept faith but to break it. 

For Secretary of state. 
MOLLIS R. GRAY, Who nevci had n friendship but to betraj ii. 

For Treasurer, 
mollis R. GRAY, The friend of Rings 

For Auditor, 
MOLLIS R. GRAY, Who wrings his friends. 

For Attorney General, 

MOLLIS U. GRAY, To attend t<> that libel suit. 

For Councillor 3d Dist. 
MOLLIS R. GRAY, The Ahithophel of il. «• Republican Baity. 

For Senator, Oth Suffolk Dist. 
MOLLIS u. GRAY, The "Truthful James.' 

For Representatives, 12th Dist. 
mollis R, GRAY, Who never joined a party but to rule ii. 

MOLLIS K. GRAY, Who never ruled a party but to ruin it. 



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The Canvass for the approaching City election will be facil- 
itated, and the cause of good government aided, if you will be 
kind enough without delay to re-mail this slip with youi answers 
to the following questions written upon it. 

\ stamped envelope, properly directed, is enclosi 'I. 

Name. 

For Pierce or 1'rince ? 

Republi( .in (ii 1 ). at ? 

Will you be sure to vote on election day? 
Can you conveniently rote before 12 M.? 
Can you do any work in the campaign? 
If yes, when and how? 

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The Committees who are working to secure the 
election of Hon. Henry L. Pierce for Mayor, 
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I i is found thai your name is not on the Voting List, 
although you have been duly assessed. 

in order to become a dul) qualified voter, it will be neces- 
sary for y< less you already hav a poll tax bill, to get one 

in tin Vsses oi I iffi e, at tin I it) I [all, on Si liool Street, then 

to i to the » ollei tor' I I , il ;o in Citj II ill, p i o, get 

.i iv, eipt, and take il eithet to the Registrar's I lentral I >fli e 
Pemberton Squan (open all day), oi else to the sub-., nice for 
our ward, which is al the Ward XI. voting place, on Church 
Street, and which is open every evening excepl rhanksgiving 
Sunday, from five to ten o'clock. Hiis must be done on or be- 
fore nexl rut day, Deci mber jth. 

The poll tax of $2.00 is a debl which you owe to the City 
for tii. protection and conveniences which it furnishes, and as 
long is you live in the Cily and enjoy its protection and con- 
veniences you are as much in duty hound to pay your poll tax as 
any other honorable debt. 

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